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Flutter and Float Exhibit wins at 2015 ANA Michigan collector Lawrence Sekulich won the 2015 American Numismatic Association’s Howland Wood Memorial Best in Show exhibit award for his display “They Flap, Flutter and Float: connaitre sa taille de bague homme Various Winged Immortals Appearing on Coins from Ancient to Modern Times.” In this display at the August ANA World’s Fair of Money, Sekulich collier prenom arnaque who also teaches the exhibiting course at the annual ANA Summer Seminar presented a survey of coins collier plastron multicolor that use images of flying immortals as symbolic, religious and decorative objects. Sekulich also won second runner up best in show honors for his display “Faces of Gold: A Small Gallery of Coin Portraits from Ancient Greece to 20th Century America,” which presented a small gallery of portraits on gold coins that epitomized the major epochs of western art. His two displays won first place honors in Class 18: General, Specialized, and Topical, Robert Hendershott Memorial award; and Class 15: Gold avis site mon collier prénom Coins, Gaston DiBello/Melvin and Leona Kohl Memorial award, respectively. Sekulich has received the ANA’s top exhibiting award at summer ANA conventions in 2000 and 2013. Additionally, he collier prenom japonais came close in 1999, 2004, and 2011, where he won first runner up honors. When asked about his secret to a good exhibit, Sekulich said that an excellent exhibit collier prenom claire takes a lot of time and extensive preparation, paired with a love of sharing knowledge and telling a good obtenir collier prenom story. coque samsung He adds, “I have found that people who create an educational numismatic exhibit are very passionate about coins as a springboard to numerous related areas.” Winning the Radford Stearns Memorial Award for Excellence in Exhibiting, presented to the bague homme taille 68 best in show collier prénom argent livraison rapide first runner up, was Nancy Wilson for “Santa Claus Obsolete Notes Vignettes.” Wilson recently took top exhibit honors at the Central States Numismatic Society’s convention in Schaumburg, Ill. Her ANA exhibit topped her category, winning the Sidney W. Smith/William Donlon Memorial porter collier plastron Award for Class 2: United States Fiscal Paper. She displayed a complete type set of Santa Claus obsolete notes and their matching vignettes. coque samsung iphone 11 case Melissa Gumm and Paul Hybert shared duties as collector exhibits chairmen and Joseph Boling served as pimkie collier plastron chief exhibit judge. The Thos. coque samsung H. Law Award for the best exhibit by a first time exhibitor went to Michael T. Charles W. Crowe Memorial Award. iphone 11 case coque iphone coque iphone 8 pas cher Shutterly’s exhibit sought to provide examples of how societies collier prénom fille and cultures have used coins to express religious beliefs. iphone 11 case He added, “It also provides examples of how a meeting of cultures can cause a group to mint and use coins that express religious beliefs that its people do not collier prenom multiple hold and perhaps absolutely reject.” Carl Waltz Jr. coque huawei received the Ira Larry Goldberg collier prénom histoire d or Award for the best exhibit of “Coins that Made History” for “A Study of Matte Proof Lincoln Cents 1909 to 1916.” This display also won the Lelan G. coque samsung Rogers Memorial first place award in Class 1: United States Coins. coque iphone coque iphone xr His display featured a complete set of Matte Proof Lincoln cents from 1909 to 1916 and showed an example struck from each die, collier plastron mim as well as thoughts about how Matte Proof Lincoln bague homme avec diamant cents were minted and a brief history of the Lincoln cent. coque iphone The Rodger E. Hershey Memorial People’s Choice Award, selected by convention attendees, was won by two individuals, as two exhibits were tied after four days of voting. coque iphone xs 2015 American Numismatic Association convention Host Chairman Jeffrey J. Rosinia’s exhibit “Abraham Lincoln: A bague homme obsidienne Legacy collier prenom homme et femme in Numismatics,” and Thomas J. coque iphone Two Cent Piece 1864 1873 with Major Varieties” split the popular vote and both took home the award. coque samsung coque iphone 6 Rosinia’s exhibit also topped Class 19: Convention Theme, Clifford Mishler Award, while Uram’s exhibit won second place honors in Class 1: United States Coins. coque iphone Uram also received the Women in Numismatics award for his exhibit “The Kings and Queens of collier prenom enfant or England through Maundy Monday.” collier prénom enfants This exhibit won the Class 12: Numismatics of Europe, John S. Davenport Memorial award. Uram’s exhibit “Under the Dome” won the first place John R. collier argent marble iphone 11 case Coins and Modern Medals. Commemorative Coins Award, for his exhibit titled “The Sacagawea and Native American Commemorative Dollar Coin Program.” John collier plastron topshop A. coque huawei H. coque samsung Siteman received the Derek Pobjoy Award for Best Exhibit of Modern Circulating Commemorative Coins for “Let the Games Begin Coins of the Modern Olympic Games.” This exhibit also won third place in Class 4. The Charles H. Wolfe Sr. Memorial Award for the Young Numismatist Best of tresor bague homme Show exhibit was presented to Gavin Bjorn Burseth for “Celebrating a Century of Honor Boy Scout Medallions and Coins.” His display took top honors in YN Class 5, Medals and Tokens, Charles “Cheech” Litman Memorial award. Another of his exhibits, “The Sea British Patriotism History of Cayman Island Currency,” won first place in YN Class 3, Paper Money, Kagin Family Award. His exhibit showed how the colorful official currency of the Cayman Islands introduced in 1972 reflects the nation’s maritime and obtenir collier prénom cultural heritage. coque iphone Bernie Wang captured the first place YN Class 1: United States Coins, Edgerton Lenker Memorial Award, for “A Doomed Denomination: The Twenty Cent Piece.” Simcha Laib Kuritzky won first place awards in three categories. Wright Memorial award, for “Boy for bague homme fred Sale Tokens for the Redemption of the Firstborn Son.” He also took first place in Class 7: Engraved Coins, Love Token Society Award, for “Engraved Coins of the Ba’al Shem Tov Amulet.” Finally he won Class 13: Numismatics of Africa and the Middle East, the Menachem Chaim and Simcha Tova Mizel Memorial award, for “Creating Modern Israel: The History of Zionism Shown through Numismatics.” Other first place winners in ANA convention exhibit competition included: Class 3: Medals, Orders, Decorations and Badges, Burton Saxton/George Bauer Memorial Award, Mitch Ernst, for “The Sower, an Enduring Symbol of Hope.” Class 8: Elongated Coins, Dottie Dow Memorial Award, Cindy Z.


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