The Numismatic Bibliomania Society is on a mailing list for the Association of Collecting Clubs. NBS President Dan Hamelberg thought it might be useful to publicize the group here in The E-Sylum in case readers are familiar with it or might consider joining. Here are some excerpts from their letter.
As we move into a new decade, it seems like a good time to take a look at collecting groups and the role they play in the antiques, art and collectibles industry.
APIC Announces Smithsonian Internship Program
The American Political Items Collectors (APIC) announce their 2010 Mark Jacobs Smithsonian Internship Program.
Admission to Club-Sponsored Shows
We're seeing a number of changes taking place regarding admission at club-sponsored shows. While many still offer an adult admission rate, often with discount admissions for senior citizens or students, and children allowed entrance free while accompanied by an adult, we've seen some new features regarding admissions.
ACC Club Directory
For collecting clubs which have changed officers during your conventions, or made other changes, make sure to check your information in the ACC Club Directory for possible need for updating. Go to: http://CollectingClubs.com
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Wayne Homren, Editor
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