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American Numismatic Society

American Numismatic Society archival items, chiefly representing correspondence. Finding aid:

1858: Membership cards, 1858 - c. 1940.

1858-1908: Includes early member correspondence by year.

1858: Indexes to Early ANS Correspondence, 1858-1908.

1865: Lincoln Medal Subscription Letters, 1865-1866.

1873: Additional ANS Correspondence, 1873-1901.

1874: Letterpress Copybook #1, December 1874-April 1886.

1874: Additional Isaac Wood correspondence, 1874-1879, 1891-1893.

1881: Letters and postcards to ANS President Charles E. Anthon Regarding Coin Values.

1881: A public attack on Gaston L. Feuardent launched by Genl. Luigi Palma di Cesnola.

1885: Letter of Matthew Stickney, including an 1809 Autograph Paper of Jacob Perkins, Die-Maker of Massachusetts.

1886: Letterpress Copybook #2, April 1886-March 1896.

1889: Includes location change questionnaires.

1890: Includes membership survey questionnaires.

1890-1909: ANS Treasurer Charles Pryer correspondence, by year.

1898: Letter from Charles Porter Nichols, Containing an Old Historic Document of 1734.

1902: Additional ANS Correspondence. 

1905: Letterpress Copybook #3.

1906: Letters to ANS Secretary H. Russell Drowne Regarding Coin Values, 1906-1908.

1908: Indexes to Correspondence of Various ANS Members, ca. 1908-1914.

2005: Margo Russell oral history.

 

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    Cranking Miss Betsey; A Workshop Exploring the Coin Press of the Massachusetts Bay Mint, 1655-1675 9/22/2023

    Cranking Miss Betsey; A Workshop Exploring the Coin Press of the Massachusetts Bay Mint, 1655-1675

    Speaker: Erik Goldstein. This lecture was a part of the 2023 Coinage of the Americas Conference on September 22-23, 2023. Sponsored by Resolute Americana Collection and the Stack Family, this conference explored 18th & 19th century design and production. Some of the most beautiful and iconic coins and paper currencies were made during this period, some inspired by millennia-old coins and others serving as inspirations for centuries to come. The artists and engravers who created those designs were recognized as masters of their craft in their own time, and are now hailed as luminaries by present-day numismatists. In addition to their artistic contributions, many of them also had a hand in the technological improvements for numismatic production during this period.

    New World Proclamation Medals: An Analysis of Design, Minting Technology, and Political Importance 9/22/2023

    New World Proclamation Medals: An Analysis of Design, Minting Technology, and Political Importance

    Speaker: Chris McDowell. This lecture was a part of the 2023 Coinage of the Americas Conference on September 22-23, 2023. Sponsored by Resolute Americana Collection and the Stack Family, this conference explored 18th & 19th century design and production. Some of the most beautiful and iconic coins and paper currencies were made during this period, some inspired by millennia-old coins and others serving as inspirations for centuries to come. The artists and engravers who created those designs were recognized as masters of their craft in their own time, and are now hailed as luminaries by present-day numismatists. In addition to their artistic contributions, many of them also had a hand in the technological improvements for numismatic production during this period.

    History Recovered: Saga of the 1792 Silver Disme 9/22/2023

    History Recovered: Saga of the 1792 Silver Disme

    Speaker: Robert Rodriguez. This lecture was a part of the 2023 Coinage of the Americas Conference on September 22-23, 2023. Sponsored by Resolute Americana Collection and the Stack Family, this conference explored 18th & 19th century design and production. Some of the most beautiful and iconic coins and paper currencies were made during this period, some inspired by millennia-old coins and others serving as inspirations for centuries to come. The artists and engravers who created those designs were recognized as masters of their craft in their own time, and are now hailed as luminaries by present-day numismatists. In addition to their artistic contributions, many of them also had a hand in the technological improvements for numismatic production during this period.

    Proposals for Matthew Boulton's American Coinage 9/22/2023

    Proposals for Matthew Boulton's American Coinage

    Speaker: Roger W. Burdette. This lecture was a part of the 2023 Coinage of the Americas Conference on September 22-23, 2023. Sponsored by Resolute Americana Collection and the Stack Family, this conference explored 18th & 19th century design and production. Some of the most beautiful and iconic coins and paper currencies were made during this period, some inspired by millennia-old coins and others serving as inspirations for centuries to come. The artists and engravers who created those designs were recognized as masters of their craft in their own time, and are now hailed as luminaries by present-day numismatists. In addition to their artistic contributions, many of them also had a hand in the technological improvements for numismatic production during this period.

    Joseph Wright: Engraving American Independence 9/22/2023

    Joseph Wright: Engraving American Independence

    Speaker: P. Scott Rubin. This lecture was a part of the 2023 Coinage of the Americas Conference on September 22-23, 2023. Sponsored by Resolute Americana Collection and the Stack Family, this conference explored 18th & 19th century design and production. Some of the most beautiful and iconic coins and paper currencies were made during this period, some inspired by millennia-old coins and others serving as inspirations for centuries to come. The artists and engravers who created those designs were recognized as masters of their craft in their own time, and are now hailed as luminaries by present-day numismatists. In addition to their artistic contributions, many of them also had a hand in the technological improvements for numismatic production during this period.

    United States vs Gardner: Copper, Counterfeiting, and Connections in Belleville, New Jersey 9/23/2023

    United States vs Gardner: Copper, Counterfeiting, and Connections in Belleville, New Jersey

    Speaker: Bill Dalzell. This lecture was a part of the 2023 Coinage of the Americas Conference on September 22-23, 2023. Sponsored by Resolute Americana Collection and the Stack Family, this conference explored 18th & 19th century design and production. Some of the most beautiful and iconic coins and paper currencies were made during this period, some inspired by millennia-old coins and others serving as inspirations for centuries to come. The artists and engravers who created those designs were recognized as masters of their craft in their own time, and are now hailed as luminaries by present-day numismatists. In addition to their artistic contributions, many of them also had a hand in the technological improvements for numismatic production during this period.

    Some Early Work of Die-sinker and Medalist Charles Cushing Wright 9/23/2023

    Some Early Work of Die-sinker and Medalist Charles Cushing Wright

    Speaker: Neil Musante. This lecture was a part of the 2023 Coinage of the Americas Conference on September 22-23, 2023. Sponsored by Resolute Americana Collection and the Stack Family, this conference explored 18th & 19th century design and production. Some of the most beautiful and iconic coins and paper currencies were made during this period, some inspired by millennia-old coins and others serving as inspirations for centuries to come. The artists and engravers who created those designs were recognized as masters of their craft in their own time, and are now hailed as luminaries by present-day numismatists. In addition to their artistic contributions, many of them also had a hand in the technological improvements for numismatic production during this period.

    Karl Mueller: Forgotten Master of Nineteenth Century Sculpture 9/23/2023

    Karl Mueller: Forgotten Master of Nineteenth Century Sculpture

    Speaker: Scott H. Miller. This lecture was a part of the 2023 Coinage of the Americas Conference on September 22-23, 2023. Sponsored by Resolute Americana Collection and the Stack Family, this conference explored 18th & 19th century design and production. Some of the most beautiful and iconic coins and paper currencies were made during this period, some inspired by millennia-old coins and others serving as inspirations for centuries to come. The artists and engravers who created those designs were recognized as masters of their craft in their own time, and are now hailed as luminaries by present-day numismatists. In addition to their artistic contributions, many of them also had a hand in the technological improvements for numismatic production during this period.

    Christian Gobrecht, 1785-1844 9/23/2023

    Christian Gobrecht, 1785-1844

    Speaker: Len Augsburger. This lecture was a part of the 2023 Coinage of the Americas Conference on September 22-23, 2023. Sponsored by Resolute Americana Collection and the Stack Family, this conference explored 18th & 19th century design and production. Some of the most beautiful and iconic coins and paper currencies were made during this period, some inspired by millennia-old coins and others serving as inspirations for centuries to come. The artists and engravers who created those designs were recognized as masters of their craft in their own time, and are now hailed as luminaries by present-day numismatists. In addition to their artistic contributions, many of them also had a hand in the technological improvements for numismatic production during this period.

    Influence of Enlightenment Publications on Technology and Design at the First United States Mint 9/23/2023

    Influence of Enlightenment Publications on Technology and Design at the First United States Mint

    Speaker: William Nyberg. This lecture was a part of the 2023 Coinage of the Americas Conference on September 22-23, 2023. Sponsored by Resolute Americana Collection and the Stack Family, this conference explored 18th & 19th century design and production. Some of the most beautiful and iconic coins and paper currencies were made during this period, some inspired by millennia-old coins and others serving as inspirations for centuries to come. The artists and engravers who created those designs were recognized as masters of their craft in their own time, and are now hailed as luminaries by present-day numismatists. In addition to their artistic contributions, many of them also had a hand in the technological improvements for numismatic production during this period.

    Numismeta: The Rise of Self-Awareness on 18th and 19th Century Engravings 9/23/2023

    Numismeta: The Rise of Self-Awareness on 18th and 19th Century Engravings

    Speaker: Emily Pearce Seigerman. This lecture was a part of the 2023 Coinage of the Americas Conference on September 22-23, 2023. Sponsored by Resolute Americana Collection and the Stack Family, this conference explored 18th & 19th century design and production. Some of the most beautiful and iconic coins and paper currencies were made during this period, some inspired by millennia-old coins and others serving as inspirations for centuries to come. The artists and engravers who created those designs were recognized as masters of their craft in their own time, and are now hailed as luminaries by present-day numismatists. In addition to their artistic contributions, many of them also had a hand in the technological improvements for numismatic production during this period.

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