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The E-Sylum:  Volume 10, Number 3, January 21, 2007, Article 12

ANA SUMMER SEMINAR PLANNED

The American Numismatic Association's January email newsletter also
announces the schedule of events at this year's Summer Seminar:

"The line-up for the annual two-week Summer Seminar in Colorado
Springs (June 24-29 and June 30-July 6) includes 38 week-long classes
on a wide variety of numismatic subjects, 11 evening mini-seminars,
tours and special events."

SESSION I  JUNE 24-29
1. Introduction to Grading United States Coins
2. Advanced Grading of United States Coins
3. Intaglio Engraving
4. Adventures in Numismatics and the Sights
   of Colorado Springs
5. Introduction to Digital Numismatic Photography
6. Collecting Coins of the World, 1500 to present
7. Ancient Coins, 650 B.C. to A.D. 1453
8. Pioneer Gold Coins and Western Assay Ingots
9. Coins of the Roman Republic and Early Empire
10. Investing in Numismatics
11. Flying Eagle and Indian Head Cents
12. Advanced United States Silver Dollar Collecting
13. Attributing United States Coins
14. The Lincoln Cent Power Collector
15. Coins of the Middle Ages
16. Introduction to United States Paper Money
17. Numismatics for the Museum Professional
18. So You Want To Be a Coin Dealer?
19. Counterfeit Detection of World Paper Money

MINI-SEMINARS
A. England before the Millennium  June 24-25
B. Women in Power  June 24-25
C. MPC Boot Camp  June 24-25
D. Coin Care, Conservation and Preservation Methods 
  June 25-26
E. Conder Tokens  June 25-26

SESSION II  JUNE 30-JULY 6
20. Introduction to Grading United States Coins
21. Advanced United States Coin Grading and
   Problem Coins
22. Detection of Counterfeit and Altered Coins
23. Coins in the Classroom
24. Adventures in Numismatics and the Sights
   of Colorado Springs
25. Numismatic Literature and Research
26. Numismatics of the Holy Land and the Jewish People,
   from Ancient to Modern Times
27. So-Called Dollars
28. Preparing a Winning Competitive Exhibit
29. United States National Bank Notes
30. Military Numismatics since 1930 and Advanced
   Military Numismatics
31. Numismatics of the American Colonial Period
32. The Modern Minting Process, Errors and Varieties
33. United States Tokens
34. Introduction to Early American Copper Coinage
35. Byzantine 101
36. The Milled Coins of England, 1500-1900
37. Digital Photography
38. The Art of Engraving

MINI-SEMINARS
F. Fundamentals of Grading Paper Money  June 30-July 1
G. The History of Mexico through Her Coinage,
  1860-1921  June 30-July 1
H. Coin Care, Conservation and Preservation
  Methods  July 1-2
I. Organizing a Coin Show  July 2-3
J. Odd and Curious Money  July 2-3
K. Judges Certification Program  July 1 and 5

To view the complete 2007 Summer Seminar schedule, see:
ANA 2007 Summer Seminar schedule

[It's amazing to see the growth of this marvelous program.  It's the place
for serious numismatists to see and be seen.  -Editor]

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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