The ANA is a nonprofit organization committed to the encouragement and education of coin and paper money collectors. Find information on ANA coin shows, local collecting clubs and seminars, and explore their virtual money museum.
The ANS is the country's foremost museum and research institution dedicated to the study of coins, currency, medals, and tokens. Located in New York City, its collections contain almost 800,000 coins, photos of which are available on their website.
Founded by Krause Publications (publisher of Numismatic News), this website offers an easy way to manage your coin or paper money collection. Includes access to their extensive database based on the industry standard, Standard Catalog of World Coins, as well as market trend and auction prices analyses.
An interactive site from the Smithsonian Institute that explores coin "firsts", legendary coins, and particularly beautiful coins. A great way to learn about coin history in an easy and attractive format.
This website records archaeological objects found in England and Wales by the general public. Learn about fascinating coin discoveries made by people doing regular activities from gardening and walking to using metal detectors.
This website offers weekly updates on market trends and U.S. coins and paper money news. The organization publishes several magazines including World Coin News and Banknote Reporter, and is one of the number one collectors' sources for up-to-date information.
Created by Congress in 1792, the U.S. Mint is a self-funded agency that produces and distributes all United States coins. With six facilities in Philadelphia, West Point, Fort Knox, Denver, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., the mint produces between 11-20 billion coins each year.
The BEP prints all Federal Reserve Notes for the nation's central bank. Founded in 1862, it became the sole producer of all United States currency in 1877 and operates from facilities in Fort Worth, Texas and Washington, D.C.