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    The Ancient Numismatic Society of Washington, DC (ANSW) has the first club forum on the Ancients Info Forum site.

    I'd like to thank Bill Puetz for giving ANSW space for our web page http://answ.ancients.info and this forum.

    We can use this forum to discuss club issues and for planning monthly meetings.

    Our next meeting will be on February 22, at the home of one of our new members in University Park, MD. Bob Weimer will include details on location with the February ANSW Notes.

    In the meantime, I'm looking for a member to volunteer for a program for the next meeting. Is anybody willing to step forward? If not, I can talk about the Tetrarchy again! :-)

    Sincerely,

    Mike Mehalick
    First Consul (and Web Master)
    Ancient Numismatic Society of Washington, DC (ANSW)
    GENIOAVGVSTI@comcast.net
    Mike Mehalick (Follis)
    First Consul
    Ancient Numismatic Society of Washington, DC (ANSW)

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    Washington is a little far for me. Are there ancient coin clubs closer to New York City?

    (I am a member of the ANS but that institute does not discuss coins at meetings. They have yearly lecture programs on Islamic and US Colonial coinage, but little on ancient coins.)

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    • #3
      Ancient Coin Clubs

      I don't know of any clubs in the New York City area. I just looked around on the web and found nothing.

      I seems that ANSW is the only established ancient coin club on the east coast, but I haven't checked club listings with ANA or ANS yet.

      The Club and Society Directory in The Celator lists several ancient clubs in the west and mid west. It also shows two new clubs getting started in Florida and Massachusetts.

      There appear to be several on-line forums for discussion of ancient numismatics. You might try posting a message to inquire about a club in your area. Some clubs may have active ancient collectors as members, but the club name may not reflect the members' interest and involvement with ancient coins.

      I'll let you know if I learn anything new!
      Mike Mehalick (Follis)
      First Consul
      Ancient Numismatic Society of Washington, DC (ANSW)

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      • #4
        More Info on Ancient Clubs Nearer to You

        I just checked out the ANA web site and found the following information:

        THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC ASSOCIATION


        CLUB LIST BY SPECIALTIES

        November 1995; *Rev 1998-2004
        Copyright 1995-2004 ANA

        __ANCIENTS (002)

        ALBANY NUMISMATIC SOCIETY, Albany, NY
        http://www.money.org/ny.html#Albany

        *NEW JERSEY NUMISMATIC SOCIETY, Madison, NJ
        http://www.gsna.org/clubs.htm
        http://www.money.org/nj.html#Madison

        NEW YORK NUMISMATIC CLUB, New York, NY
        http://www.money.org/ny.html#New%20York

        *STATEN ISLAND COIN CLUB, Staten Island, NY
        http://www.money.org/ny.html#Staten%20Island

        I've inserted URLs that show contact information.

        For the complete list go to the following URL:

        http://www.money.org/clubspec.html#002%20Ancients

        This should give a place to start in finding a local club with collectors of ancient coins.
        Mike Mehalick (Follis)
        First Consul
        Ancient Numismatic Society of Washington, DC (ANSW)

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