It's not too soon to begin making plans for the American Numismatic Association's World's Fair of Money August 9-13, 2016.
I've already made my reservations and hope to see many E-Sylum readers there.
The Medal Collectors of America Annual Meeting
Tony Lopez submitted this press release for the Medal Collectors of America Annual Meeting on Thursday, August 11. Thanks. -Editor
American Numismatic Association - World’s Fair of Money
Thursday, August 11, 2016
Anaheim Hilton Hotel
Huntington A Meeting Room
No matter what we collect, we have to organize our holdings and present them somehow. This requires tools and materials that are not
found in a traditional coin shop. Scales and calipers, nippers and scissors, card stock and poster-board are all found at other stores
around town. Using a sonic sealer to best advantage, or coming up with a way to present and store hanging badges or military awards are
also explored. This presentation is full of tips and techniques the presenter has developed over his years of
Bob started collecting coins in 1968 while stationed in Japan with the United States Navy. Subsequent assignments in Germany, Scotland,
and Spain, along with several Mediterranean cruises added to his core collections of circulating coins of countries visited. Following
retirement from the Navy, Bob started collecting New Hampshire town medals, medals of the New England Numismatic Association, elongated
coins, woods, Hard Times Tokens, Mardi Gras Doubloons, ancients, state quarters, “classic” US commemoratives, and certain European art and
historical medals. He has held numerous active leadership roles in numismatics, and as a member of nearly 50 coin clubs, Bob has served on
the Board for several and President of six. We are proud to have him sit on the Board of Directors of the MCA. Bob’s proudest achievements
include serving as Assistant General Manager of the 2010 Boston World’s Fair of Money and sitting as a member of the New Hampshire State
The Medal Collectors of America is an ANA Member club for collectors of world and U.S. art and historical medals. Contact us and we’ll
send you a complimentary copy of the latest issue of our club publication, the MCA Advisory. It is guaranteed to be a “good read” if you
set aside an hour to enjoy it. Our purpose of course is to entice you to join others who love numismatic history, research, and medals
worldwide from medieval times to the present. For more information, or to join MCA, email us at email@example.com or visit us at www.medalcollectors.org.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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