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The E-Sylum: Volume 12, Number 36, September 6, 2009, Article 9

2009 ANS COAC: AUGUSTUS SAINT-GAUDENS AND HIS NUMISMATIC LEGACY

Megan Fenselau of the American Numismatic Society forwarded this announcement about the upcoming ANS Coinage of the Americas Conference. -Editor

1933_double_eagle_obv Stack Family Coinage of the Americas Conference: Augustus Saint-Gaudens and His Numismatic Legacy
Saturday, October 10th, 2009
10am-5pm

This COAC symposium will feature lectures by Saint-Gaudens experts, study sessions of Saint-Gaudens ANS and loan items, and a guided tour of the Saint-Gaudens exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Participants are encouraged to bring questions and items for a show and tell session. A boxed lunch will be included.

Please also note that October 8th & 9th, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will be holding a symposium and various tours in conjunction with their exhibit Augustus Saint-Gaudens in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. For more information on the Met programs, visit http://www.metmuseum.org or call 212-535-7710.

"The Lion's Pride: Collecting America's Best Sculptor" Roger Burdette Author, /Renaissance of American Coinage/

"From Imagination to Image: Saint-Gaudens' Plaster Studies for Coins" Henry J. Duffy Augustus Saint-Gaudens Historical Site

"Saint-Gaudens at the American Numismatic Society: A Collection Survey." Robert W. Hoge American Numismatic Society

"Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Charles Barber: Unbounded Egos Unbounded Conflict" Michael Moran Author, /Striking Change: The Great Artistic Collaboration of Theodore Roosevelt and Augustus Saint-Gaudens/

Collection Viewing: Participants' "Show and Tell" and items from the ANS Museum

Optional: 6pm Guided tour of Augustus Saint-Gaudens in the Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition with Saint-Gaudens experts

ANS Member Price: $125
Non-member Price: $160

Registration and pre-payment required. Checks should be payable to American Numismatic Society and can be mailed to the address below. Please make note of any dietary restrictions for lunch.

Megan Fenselau
Membership Office
American Numismatic Society
75 Varick St. Floor 11
New York, NY 10013
(212) 571-4470 ext 117
membership@numismatics.org

For more information, see: Augustus Saint-Gaudens and His Numismatic Legacy (www.numismatics.org/NewsEvents/ASGProgram)

KOlbe 2009 Sept 6


Wayne Homren, Editor

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