ANA offers silver medallion for new members

Medallion also available to current ANA members sponsoring a new member

A free silver medallion is being offered to collectors joining the American Numismatic Association (ANA) as a new member.

The obverse of the medallion features the 1891 Seated Liberty Quarter design, which represents the year the ANA was founded. The reverse depicts the ANA lamp of knowledge. Each quarter-ounce medallion is pure .999 silver. Produced by SilverTowne Mint for the ANA, only 2,000 medallions are available. The offer is limited to one medallion a person.

The limited-edition medallion is also available to current ANA members who sponsor a new member (both the new member and the sponsoring member each will receive a medallion).


Membership in the ANA includes a subscription to The Numismatist, which is the association’s monthly magazine; free admission to the annual World’s Fair of Money and National Money Show; access to exclusive ANA educational programs; direct submissions for Numismatic Guaranty Corp. grading; and discounts on supplies, collection insurance, publications and more. The cost is $28 for adults and $14 for children under the age of 18.

To join the ANA and receive a free silver medallion, collectors can call 1-800-514-2646 and use reference code “M17B,” or visit

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