Regarding his research query last week, Rusty Goe writes:
Several subscribers have come forth to offer their assistance in providing me with some of the auction catalogs and other numismatic literature for my Carson City coin research projects. I just wanted to express my appreciation for their efforts and for you posting my "want list" on The E-Sylum.
On another note, I have attached a press release about the Carson City coin symposium that our club (Carson City Coin Collectors of America) is sponsoring at this year's ANA World's Fair of Money in Los Angeles. I realize that there's a conflict schedule with the C4OA symposium and the NBS meeting, but I thought your subscribers might want to hear about our symposium anyway.
Do you enjoy learning about the Carson Mint's history and its coinage? Come join the Carson City Coin Collectors of America at its
Carson City Coin Symposium At the Summer 2009 ANA World's Fair of Money Convention in Los Angeles
In conjunction with the C4OA's annual meeting. Special guest speakers include:
- Bill Bugert Diagnostics for 1875-CC Half Dollar Die Marriages
- Darrell Low An Overview of Liberty Seated Coins from the Carson City Mint
- John McCloskey An Introduction to Gold Half Eagles from the Carson City Mint
- Rusty Goe Harold M. Budd¡ªAmbassador of ¡°CC¡± Coinage in First Half of 20th Century
Date: Thursday, August 6, 2009
Time: 1:00 ¨C 3:00 p.m.
Location: The Los Angeles Convention Center, room No. 512
Rusty Goe founded the Carson City Coin Collectors of America in May 2005. Over 445 "CC" coin enthusiasts have signed up for membership as of June 2009. Subscriptions are $20 per year, which entitles members to receive four issues of the club's award-winning journal, Curry's Chronicle. Over 165 articles about the Carson City Mint and its coins have appeared in the journal to date.
Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org, or 775-322-4455
Web site: www.carsoncitycoinclub.com
I've mentioned before what a great journal Curry's Chronicle is. The issues get bigger and bigger, each jam-packed with great information. Membership in C4OA is a bargain. -Editor
Wayne Homren, Editor
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