The American Numismatic Association’s (ANA) Orlando National Money Show is quickly approaching and promises to be the country’s premier coin show this spring. The convention takes place March 9-11 in West Hall E at the Orange County Convention Center, located at 9800 International Drive.

The three-day National Money Show features nearly 500 numismatic dealers with extensive inventories; a wide range of technical seminars and educational presentations; collector exhibits; a major auction by Kagin’s Inc.; and the ANA Museum Showcase, exhibiting some of the world’s most valuable and beautiful coins and paper money.

Show hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, March 9 and 10; and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 11. Last admission is 30 minutes prior to closing. General admission is $8. Admission is free on Saturday, March 11. Admission is always free for ANA members and children 12 and under. A benefit of ANA membership is the ability to enter the show 30 minutes before the public on Friday and Saturday. A $2 discount coupon for non-members is available online at www.nationalmoneyshow.com.

Learning Experiences Await Collectors

For more than a century, the ANA has offered the finest numismatic education in the hobby and its Orlando National Money Show continues that tradition. Attendees interested in becoming wiser collectors are encouraged to sign up for the ANA’s pre-convention two-day Technical Series Seminars. Both seminars take place March 7-8 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel, located at 9700 International Drive.

Coin Grading, Problem Coins and Conservation

This two-day seminar will help students avoid costly mistakes by developing their grading skills and teaching them to spot a wide variety of surface problems, enhancements, alterations and conservation issues that can adversely affect a coin’s grade.

  • Instructor: Brian Silliman, professional numismatist, Brian Silliman Rare Coins; and former grader/authenticator Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) and ANA Authentication Bureau
  • Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Mar. 7-8)
  • Cost: $259 for ANA members/$359 for non-members

Numismatics of Colonial America

Discover the intricacies of the early history of the nation through this hands-on seminar. Students will be introduced to corollary fields, period contexts, archaeological precedents, and much more.

  • Instructor: Erik Goldstein, Curator of Mechanical Arts & Numismatics at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Mar. 7-8)
  • Cost: $259 for ANA members/$359 for non-members

Kagin’s Auctions Offers Numerous Rarities

Serving as the official auctioneer for the 2017 National Money Show, Kagin’s Auctions of Tiburon, California, will conduct an important sale featuring a diverse selection of popular numismatic material. Anchoring the auction are a number of comprehensive consignments, including the Dr. William Christie Collection, the Steve Brewer Flying Eagle Pattern Collection and the Dr. Christopher Allan Collection.

To learn more, visit www.kagins.com, call 888-852-4467 or e-mail info@ kagins.com. Lots can be viewed in Room W240C of the Orange County Convention Center.

Legacy Dinner

Join fellow collectors at the ANA Legacy Dinner on Thursday, March 9 at the Orlando National Money Show to celebrate the contributions of Mark Salzberg and Rick Montgomery of Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Learn about the personal hobby interests of Mark and Rick and how they’ve influenced the industry. The ticket price of $110 includes a three-course dinner highlighted by a duo of tenderloin filets and fresh prawns and the Legacy Series interview. Plus, attendees will receive a pair of 1987-S Proof Washington quarters encapsulated with an NGC 30th Anniversary label hand-signed by Mark and Rick. Register today as seating is limited.

Museum Showcase

Visitors have the opportunity to see some of the world’s most beautiful and valuable coins, paper money and numismatic treasures. Located in West Hall E of the Orange County Convention Center, the ANA Museum Showcase offers first-class numismatic displays not seen anywhere else.

  • Spanish Treasure: Waters off Florida’s coast are known as the graveyard of the famed Spanish treasure fleets. This exhibit tells the story of Nuestra Señora de Atocha, which sank in 1622, and the ill-fated 1715 Treasure Fleet.
  • Florida National Bank Notes: The designs created for National Bank notes are among the most interesting and beautiful ever used by the United States. This collection—the only complete one of its kind—highlights notes from each Florida town or city that issued National Bank notes. The display is courtesy of William Youngerman.
  • 1913 Liberty Head Nickel & 1804 Draped Bust Dollar: On display are the Money Museum’s 1913 Liberty Head nickel, one of a mere five known, and the 1804 silver dollar-—the “King of U.S. Coins”—-of which only 15 were struck.
  • World War I Victory Medals: The Money Museum soon will unveil its newest exhibit, “Trenches to Treaties: World War I in Remembrance,” which will include the specimens on display here. Shown is a complete set of “victory medals” issued by the Allied nations and presented to veterans of the “War to End All Wars.”

Displays by Numismatic Experts

Collector exhibits are among the most popular features at every ANA show. It’s a great opportunity for hobbyists to share their collections and research with fellow numismatists through high-quality displays. The individual creativity is rivaled only by the quality and variety of the items on display. Visit booth 426 to view this year’s exhibits.

Sponsors Pledge Support

Thanks to the support of 15 dedicated sponsors, the National Money Show is guaranteed to be one of the most entertaining and educational numismatic events of the year.

Corporate sponsors pledging support include:

  • Kagin’s Auctions — Table 804
  • Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) — Table 204
  • Numismatic Conservation Services (NCS) — Table 204
  • Paper Money Guaranty (PMG) — Table 210

Additional sponsors include:

  • A-Coin & Stamp Gallery, Inc. — Table 1205
  • Angel Dee’s Coins & Collectibles — Table 910
  • Carter Numismatics — Table 708
  • Coleman Foster Rare Coin — Table 628
  • Dillon Gage Metals Division
  • Harry Laibstain Rare Coins — Table 807
  • Kevin Lipton Rare Coins — Table 811
  • Safes & Security Systems
  • Tampa Coin — Table 310
  • U.S. Coins — Table 816
  • Wizard Coin Supply — Table 1524

For additional information about the show, visit www.nationalmoneyshow.com or call (719) 482-9871.
 


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