International Numismatic Council
The International Numismatic Council (INC) was founded in 1927 and established as the International Numismatic Commission, affiliated to the International Committee of Historical Sciences in 1934 to promote numismatics and related disciplines by facilitating cooperation among individuals and institutions in the field of numismatics and related disciplines. In 2009 the name was changed in International Numismatic Council / Conseil international de numismatique.
The Council now has about 160 members from 38 countries. These include museums, university institutes, numismatic societies and mints.
Its activities are coordinated by a Committee of nine members elected by the General Assembly at the International Numismatic Congress. The current Committee was elected at Taormina in 2015.
The Council's principal responsibility is the International Numismatic Congress. The congress is held every six years. The last was held in 2015 in Taormina and the next will be in Warsaw 2022. It provides an international forum for scholarly exchange. The congress also provides the occasion for publication of a Survey of Numismatic Research, a critical bibliography, which highlights recent developments in all areas of numismatics. [https://www.inc-cin.org/]
Publications of the INC include the International Numismatic Congress proceedings, A Survey of Numismatic Research (https://nnp.wustl.edu/library/publisherdetail/541672), and Compte Rendu (https://nnp.wustl.edu/library/publisherdetail/541673). Note, proceedings for the 1967 International Numismatic Congress were not published due to cost reasons (as reported in Coin World, October 4, 1967.)
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Congrès international de numismatique : organisé et réuni à Bruxelles / sous le haut patronage de son Altesse Royale Monseigneur le Prince Philippe de Saxe-Coburg et Gotha, duc de Saxe ; par la Société royale de numismatique de Belgique à l'occasion du cinquantième anniversaire de sa création; procèsverbaux et mémoires publiés par MM. G. Cumont, secrétaire et A. de Witte, secrétaire-adjoint du congrès.