Clubs & Associations
Coin and Currency Shows
Clubs & Associations
American Numismatic Association
The ANA is a non-profit, educational
organization chartered by Congress and is dedicated to the collection
and study of coins, paper money, tokens and medals. It was created for
the benefit of its members and the numismatic community. With about 28,000 members, the ANA is the largest numismatic organization of its kind in the world.
Florida United Numismatists
FUN is a non-profit organization dedicated to the education and enrichment of the numismatic hobby, especially in Florida. FUN has grown since its beginnings in 1955 to become one of the largest regional organizations in the United States serving the hobby. Their membership is international.
Industry Council for Tangible Assets
ICTA is the national trade association representing the rare coin, precious metals, and tangible assets industry in Washington, D.C. since 1983.
American Numismatic Society
Since 1858 the ANS has been dedicated to advancing the study and appreciation of coins, medals and related objects of all cultures as historical and artistic documents. It maintains a numismatic collection and library by supporting scholarly research and publications, and by sponsoring educational and interpretive programs for diverse audiences.
California State Numismatic Association
California State Numismatic Association is a state-wide organization dedicated to the promotion of serious Numismatic studies, endeavoring to bring to the collecting fraternity special items of interest and fundamental information. CSNA sponsors semi-annual Conventions and coin shows.
Central States Numismatic Society
The Central States Numismatic Society, founded in 1939, is one of the larger numismatic organizations in the United States with membership fluctuating around 2,000. CSNS, as it is known informally, operates in a 13-state Midwestern region but membership is open to residents of all states and foreign countries. CSNS sponsors two conventions yearly.
Carson City Coin Collectors of America
Official Web site of the Carson City Coin Collectors of America. It features a lively discussion board and many other informative resources. The mission of the club is to "increase knowledge on the subject of the Carson City Mint and the many fascinating coins produced there, and to promote camaraderie among fellow 'CC' enthusiasts." Membership in the club includes an annual subscription to the club's award-winning journal, CURRY'S CHRONICLE. Dues are $30 a year. You can join by sending your first year's dues of $30 to: CCCCOA, P.O. Box 18040, Reno, NV 89511 Please include your name, address, email (if available), and if you are a collector or a dealer (or both).
The Liberty Nickel Collector Society
The Liberty Nickel Collector Society is an online club devoted to the Liberty Head Nickel. Its web site contains a wealth of information about the Liberty Nickel series including Date/Mint mark data, varieties, errors, pricing, patterns and major auction results, as well as a special section devoted to the 1913 Liberty Head Nickel.
American Israel Numismatic Association
Founded in 1967, the American Israel Numismatic Association is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge of ancient and modern Israel coins, medals and other numismatic items. The AINA regularly publishes a scholarly publication, THE SHEKEL, in order to increase the knowledge of its members and to provide a forum in which they and their friends meet and exchange views with fellow collectors. Please visit www.theshekel.org for more details.
Blue Ridge Numismatic Association
The Blue Ridge Numismatic Association is celebrating its 28th year as the premier silver dollar trade organization. It has supported and encouraged the continued development of the silver dollar market in the buying, selling and collecting of U.S. silver dollars. Today, the sales of silver dollars represent more than half of the entire numismatic market in dollar terms. Education remains a principal component of the club’s mission statement and continues to offer educational seminars at coin shows around the country. Please visit www.BRNA.org
for more details.
Coin and Currency Shows
Torex® Coin Show and Auctions - Canada's National Coin Show
The Torex® Coin Show is Canada's longest running and most popular numismatic show (since 1962) held three times annually in downtown Toronto. Explore this up-to-date show guide with a calendar, dealer listing, special events, video, and more.
The U.S. Mint
Created by Congress on April 2, 1792, the United States Mint is the world's largest manufacturer of coins, medals, and coin-based consumer products.
Bureau of Engraving and Printing
The BEP is the largest producer of security documents in the United States. The BEP produces over 9 billion Federal Reserve notes each year. These notes are produced at facilities in Washington, D.C. and Ft. Worth, Texas. In addition, the BEP produces over 20 billion postage stamps. They have been the largest suppler of postage stamps to the U.S. Postal Service for over 100 years. They also produce miscellaneous security documents for other government agencies.
With a subscription base of 80,000, Coin World has published weekly for 40 years. The newspaper provides informative articles and columns on the numismatic and currency communities.
Krause Publications is the world's largest publisher of periodicals and books on hobbies. Their Coins and Paper Money division publish The Bank Note Reporter, Numismatic News, World Coin News, Coins Magazine, Coin Prices, as well as a wide range of numismatic books.
Certified Coin Exchange
Since 1990, The Certified Coin Exchange (CCE) has been a key intermediary in US certified rare coin trading between major coin dealers in the United States.