Americans to host forum to discuss numismatics

The United States Mint has announced it will host a one-day numismatic forum on Oct. 13 in Philadelphia, Penn.

According to representatives from the Mint, the purpose of this meeting is to gather individual members of stakeholder organizations to share perspectives on the past, present, and future of U.S. numismatics. In anticipation of the Mint’s 225th anniversary next year, the forum will also discuss the future of the U.S. Mint in relation to the numismatic environment as a whole.

“It seems only appropriate that, while we as a bureau are celebrating our history, the Mint is also looking for ways to improve the way we engage our customers and invigorate our relevance into the future,” said Mint Principal Deputy Director Rhett Jeppson.

HOW TO ATTEND

Those interested in attending should submit requests to usmintnumismaticforum@usmint.treas.gov by Sept. 15. Individual requests to attend should include your affiliation (e.g., hobbyist, coin dealer, coin grader, etc.). Seating is limited, and submitting a request does not guarantee admission. Attendance will be at the cost of the participant. Detailed information will be provided to confirmed attendees.

Any formal presentations made by the Mint during the forum will be made available online following the event.

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