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INTERESTING SITES & EXHIBITS

1804 Dollar

50 States Commemorative Circulating Coin Program

American Numismatic Association

American Numismatic Society

Ancient Greek and Roman Coins

Bank of Japan - Currency Museum

The Coin Library

Coin Shows

Great place to find out if an when there are any coin shows near you.

Coin World Online

Coin World magazine's website - great resource for articles and coin news.

The EURO - Europe's New Currency

History of Money from Ancient Times to the Present Day

Krause Publications Coins and Paper money Division

Medieval French Coins

Nova Online - Secrets of Making Money

Numismatica

Harry Bass Foundation

The Harry Bass Research Foundation has created an excellent data base of Numismatic Indexes.

Ottilia Buerger Collection of Ancient Byzantine Coins

Paper Money & Bank Note WWW Directory

Paper Money Collecting FAQ

Perseus Project

Ron's Currency, Stocks and Bonds

Ron Guth's Coin Facts

Rune's Ancient Coins Page

Probably the best site to start for finding information about any topic in Numismatics.

The Society of U.S. Pattern Collectors

Great information about U.S. pattern coins, including a listing of the U.S. patterns in the National Numismatic Collection.

Virtual Catalog of Roman Coins

MINTS AND GOVERNMENT SITES

The Austrian Mint

The British Royal Mint

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

The French Mint

Israel Government Coins & Medals Corporation Ltd.

The Japanese Mint

The Library of Congress

The Royal Canadian Mint

The Royal Norwegian Mint

The Singapore Mint

Thomas

Legislative information research site.

The US Bureau of Engraving and Printing

The US Department of the Treasury

The US Mint



 

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