National Money Show Highlights Arizona
By American Numismatic Association
Register today to
learn more about Arizona’s rich numismatic
heritage with Collecting United States National
Bank Notes, with an Emphasis on Arizona Notes
and Arizona Mining Stocks, Ingots and Pioneer
Minor Coinage. These are just two ANA School of
Numismatics courses available before and during
the Phoenix National Money Show™, March 7-9.
Registration is limited, and early bird
discounts are available only through Feb. 10.
For more information or to register, call ANA
Meeting Services Department at 719-482-9857 or
e-mail email@example.com. To register online,
go to www.money.org, click on “Numismatic
Events” and then “National Money Show,” and
select the “Education” tab.
The following courses and seminars are offered
Collecting United States National Bank Notes,
with an Emphasis on Arizona Notes — Instructor
Peter Huntoon will teach the basics of U.S.
National Bank note collecting. Gain an
appreciation for a collecting area where grade
doesn’t matter and some of the worst-looking
specimens can turn out to be the most rare,
interesting and valuable. Take this opportunity
to view and learn from the most comprehensive
collection of Arizona territorial and state
notes ever assembled.
Arizona Mining Stocks, Ingots and Pioneer Minor
Coinage — Instructor Fred Holabird will explain
how Arizona’s gold, silver and copper resources
made the state a major player in the Western
mining industry’s development. Discover how
Arizona Territory (1863-1912) numismatic
artifacts tell the tales of early mines and
Both courses run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. March
5-6. Each course costs $145 for ANA members,
with a $25 Life Member discount and a $25 early
bird discount for anyone who registers by Feb.
10. Nonmember price is $245.
Coin Conservation, Authentication and Grading —
this intensive, three-day seminar includes
digital presentations, open discussions and
hands-on coin examination. The course, from 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. March 4-6, costs $269 for ANA
members, with a $50 Life Member discount and a
$50 discount for early bird registration by Feb.
10. Nonmember price is $399.
Coins in the Classroom — from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
March 7-8, teaches educators how to use money as
a tool to enhance lesson plans in social
studies, language arts, mathematics, economics
and more. Cost for professional educators is
18th Century American Colonial Numismatics:
Historical Context and Collecting Opportunities,
1:30-4p.m. March 7
So-Called Dollars, 2-5 p.m. March 8
Boy Scout Coin Collecting Merit Badge Workshop,
1-3 p.m. March 8
Girl Scout “Fun with Money” Patch Workshop, 1-3
p.m. March 8
Coin Collecting Basics, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. March
The National Money Show is open to the public
from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday
and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. Admission is
Show highlights include the Bureau of Engraving
and Printing’s $1 billion display – including
examples of $100,000 bills; the redesigned $5
bill’s first public appearance in Arizona; the
famous, multimillion dollar 1913 Liberty Head
nickel; colorful, 19th-century Arizona paper
money; and United States Mint displays. The
annual spring show also features a bourse with
hundreds of dealers, dozens of exhibits in the
Collector Gallery, and free educational programs
and activities for children and adults.
James Mann is the event’s general chairman, and
Alan Herbert is the honorary chairman. The
Phoenix Coin Club and the Mesa Coin Club are the
host clubs. The honorary host clubs are the
Arizona Territorial Coin Club and the Fountain
Hills Coin Club. Heritage Auction Galleries is
the official auction company. For more
information on the National Money Show, visit
www.money.org (select “National Money Show” from
the “Numismatic Events” dropdown menu).
About the American Numismatic Association
The American Numismatic Association is a
nonprofit organization dedicated to educating
and encouraging people to study and collect
money and related items. The ANA helps its
32,000 members and the public discover and
explore the world of money through its vast
array of programs including its education and
outreach programs, museum, library,
publications, conventions and seminars. For more
information, call 719-632-2646 or visit