The American Numismatic Association (ANA), an educational, nonprofit organization, is the largest and most active numismatic body in the world. It invites and welcomes to membership all persons who have a sincere interest in numismatics, whether they collect coins, paper money, tokens or medals, or are only generally interested in the subject.
The mission of the American Numismatic Society (ANS) is to be the preeminent national institution advancing the study and appreciation of coins, medals and related objects of all cultures as historical and artistic documents, by maintaining the foremost numismatic collection and library, by supporting scholarly research and publications, and by sponsoring educational and interpretive programs for diverse audiences.
ANACS is the Collector's Choice because we know what counts: knowledge, integrity and service. How much we value coin collecting is evident in our work. The ANACS team enthusiastically works to advance coin collecting by offering unequaled expertise and developing new services. This makes ANACS the choice of hobbyists, professionals numismatists and dealers. We are the coin grading service to contact when you want to know all the details about your coin's authenticity and grading.
Bank Note Reporter: The complete guide for paper money collectors, featuring a monthly price guide, current market trends and auction news.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing has been responsible for printing United States Currency since 1862. Each year it prints more than 6 billion notes and other government security documents in two facilities, one in Washington D.C. and the other in Fort Worth, TX. Explore the BEP's history or browse and buy the many special currency issues printed for collectors.
CalGold Online is an online resource for those individuals who are interested in the collecting and study of California Small Denominational Gold. Features include articles, current news items, a comprehensive listing of California Gold coins, sales history, price guide, forums and more.
PCGSCoinFacts.com is a free Internet resource that offers a complete listing of United States coins, including all denominations, dates and mints, plus thousands of enlarged, full-color information about some of America's greatest rarities. Collectors at all levels utilize the CoinFacts website to learn the latest information about the coins they love. You should, too!
Coin Values Online
formerly known as Coin World Trends Online, provides retail values for more than 45,000 U.S. coins. It is updated weekly to provide you with the most comprehensive and current retail pricing information available in the marketplace. It is made available free to Coin World and Coin Values subscribers.
Coin Values Online provides mintages, a primer on grading and other historical information about U.S. coins. In addition, it offers a portfolio feature that allows you to maintain up to 10 personal portfolios. Whether they contain coins you actually own or coins you would like to own, you can compare, graph and keep notes on your favorite coins.
Coin World has been the leading publication serving the coin collector community for over 40 years. Over 80,000 collectors look to Coin World for its news coverage and for the most extensive and trusted marketplace of buy and sell opportunities available in the numismatic community. Find articles, reference materials, dealer links, coins for sale, and more.
CollectorCafe.com - In the early days of the internet finding what you were looking for was easy but with thousands of new sites being added every day the task has become rather like hunting for the proverbial 'needle in a haystack'. Launching on January 21, 2000, Collector Cafe strives to be a gateway to the internet which would provide collectors with an easy to use roadmap to thousands of dealer sites covering the complete range of collecting interests. A lot more than links, it is a front door with up to a hundred separate areas where each collector and dealer could be offered information and services which would be specific to their interests while also being part of a very large world-wide community.
Compagnie Generale de Bourse is France's premier dealer of American and European coinage and banknotes. Plan to visit CGB in person next time you are in Paris.
Florida United Numismatists. A non-profit organization dedicated to the education and enrichment of the numismatic hobby, the Florida United Numismatists (FUN) has grown since its beginnings in 1955 to become one of the largest regional organizations in the United States. FUN is host to the nation's largest coin show, held annually the first week of January in Orlando, Florida. Over 15,000 collectors and dealers from around the U.S. and the world converge in the sunny climate for the first bellwether gathering of the year. FUN also publishes a terrific numismatic journal quarterly called FUN-Topics.
Experience the Harry Bass Core Collection online! Short of viewing the complete exhibition in Colorado Springs at the ANA Money Museum, this virtual tour of this fantastic exhibit will suffice, until you can get there to see it in person. Set up much like the actual exhibition room there, with the items being numbered the same way, the collection displayed with similar information about over 500 invidual coins, patterns and pieces of currency. In addition, here is provided an enlarged, detailed view of each item, along with very detailed description and Mr. Bass's notes or comments about that item, when he recorded in his database. Once you have enjoyed this richness of this virtual site, it will make you want to go there to see the items "in person."
IndianHeads.org is a non-profit domain whose sole purpose is the sharing of information about the series.
Julian Leidman is one of America's foremost dealers in rare coins. Mr. Leidman maintains a superb inventory at all times. Look in the inventory section for a partial list of coins in stock.
KELLYCO is the worlds largest and oldest metal detector distributor and dealer. Kellyco has been selling metal detectors for almost 50 years. Staffed entirely by metal detector experts. Kellyco knows more about metal detectors than any other company.
is the leading hobby publisher in the world. Krause has published numerous books on various coin-related
specialties as well as industry standard periodicals such as Numismatic News, Bank Note Reporter and World
Coin News. Numismatic News endeavors to be a complete weekly information source for coin collectors, with
emphasis in coverage of topics that affect collectors who participate in the numismatic hobby in the United
States. The mission of Bank Note Reporter is to serve as an information source and forum for active
collectors of US and world paper money, keeping subscribers attuned to the current bank note hobby and
market, with additional coverage of related historical paper items. World Coin News provides diverse, up-to-date
monthly coverage of world numismatic subjects — current and historical, academic and market-related — to
collectors of world coinage.
Liberty Street Software is the home of CoinManage and CurrencyManage inventory software for coin and banknote collectors.
Long Beach Coin and Collectibles Expo
Over 400 booths of U.S. and World Coins, Paper Money, Stamps, Postcards, Sportscards, Collectibles and more!
Over 2,000 Dealers Attending and 60 Ancient & Foreign Coin Dealers!
Outstanding Forums, Seminars and Special Exhibits Every Show!
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Nostomania is an online price guide for coins and comics. Tracks your collection and wanted items, including all the features you care about like condition, certification, price paid, physical location, etc. then gives you up-to-date prices for all your items based on actual sales.
Numismatic Crime Information Center The Numismatic Crime Information Center is a 501 (c)(3) non profit corporation established to coordinate and collaborate initiatives between law enforcement and the numismatic industry in "Targeting Numismatic Crimes Around the World."
The Numismatic Guarantee Corporation (NGC), founded in 1987, has rapidly grown to become one of the largest and most respected third-party grading services in the world, and the only official grading service sponsor of the ANA. NGC has earned a reputation for consistent and accurate grading, and affordable and flexible grading tier options. For these reasons and many others, NGC is uniformly trusted by dealers and serious collectors alike to grade the world's finest coins.
The Numismatic Literary Guild, for authors of numismatic books; publishers and editors of recognized numismatic periodicals or club publications in the numismatic field.
Numismatic News: Every issue features all the current values, award-winning articles and market trends you'd expect from the longtime leader in the U.S. coin hobby.
The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS)
began serving the coin-buying public on February 3, 1986, and has been responsible for dramatic improvements
throughout the rare coin industry which have forever changed the way rare coins are bought and sold. Beyond the
significant introduction of long-awaited standardized grading practices, the PCGS system was immediately
recognized for its widespread benefits. After the company's first decade of operation, PCGS had graded a total of
4,863,556 coins with a cumulative declared value of $6,717,158,637.
The Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG) was formed on October 3, 1955 by renown coin dealer and collector Abe Kosoff. His purpose was to seek the establishment and the maintenance of a harmonious atmosphere in which all who participate as amateur or professional numismatists will derive the pleasure and profit they seek, giving an equal measure of satisfaction in the process. Dealers who qualify for membership must live up to the PNG code of ethics to become and remain members.
The U.S. Mint was created by Congress on April 2, 1792, more than 200 years ago, and has since become the world's largest manufacturer of coins, medals, and coin-based consumer products. The primary mission of the U.S. Mint is to produce an adequate volume of circulating coinage for the Nation to conduct its trade and commerce. The U.S. Mint is also responsible for The annual production of 14-20 billion circulating coins, distributing U.S. coins to the Federal Reserve banks and branches, the safekeeping of the Nation's $100 billion of U.S. gold and silver assets, producing proof and uncirculated coins, commemorative coins, as well as manufacturing platinum, gold, and silver bullion coins and receiving, redeeming, and processing mutilated coins.
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