Live auctions for the 2013 ANA National Money Show will be conducted May 9–11.
[Irvine, Calif.] – Stack’s Bowers Galleries, preeminent auctioneer of rare coins and paper money, has been selected by the American Numismatic Association (ANA) as the Official Auctioneer of the 2013 ANA National Money Show. Held May 9–11, 2013, the auction will present an extensive selection of US coins, medals, and more.
“We are thrilled to continue our relationship with the ANA and are privileged to be entrusted with the rights to host the 2013 ANA National Money Show auction,” said Stack’s Bowers Galleries president, Chris Napolitano. “Stack’s Bowers Galleries will present the Official 2013 ANA World’s Fair of Money auction in August, as well, so we are extremely excited to be the only official auctioneer for the ANA in 2013, and we are dedicated to presenting two very strong auction events that collectors can look forward to.”
As host of the August 2012 ANA World’s Fair of Money Auction, Stack’s Bowers Galleries realized over $42 million in US and world coins and paper money.
“We are excited to have Stack’s Bowers Galleries as our Official ANA Auctioneer in presenting this fantastic show,” said ANA executive director, Jeff Shevlin. “Stack’s Bowers is a forward-thinking company that values the ANA, and knows that helping to grow and strengthen the association will bolster the long-term growth of the hobby and industry.”
Live auctions for the 2013 ANA National Money Show will be conducted May 9–11, 2013, at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, located at 900 Convention Center Boulevard, New Orleans, La. 70130.
Stack’s Bowers Galleries is currently accepting consignments for the Official Auctions of the 2013 New Orleans ANA National Money Show, and the 2013 Chicago ANA World’s Fair of Money. For more information regarding these auctions, please visit www.StacksBowers.com. Contact a consignment director today at 800.458.4646 (West Coast) or 800.566.2580 (East Coast) to consign your coins, banknotes, exonumia, or entire collection.
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