Adams will be presented with the award on April 26 at the Massachusetts Historical Society in Boston.
"From a Thankful Nation" opened Feb. 25 in the main exhibition gallery of Firestone Library on the Princeton campus, and continues through Aug. 3.
American Numismatic Association celebrates National Coin Week with contest
The Edward C. Rochette Money Museum will host an open house with free admission.
When I hear the term "found coins," I usually think of Coin World columnist Bill ORoukes discoveries in bank rolls.
Gorgeous toning can make a silver coin sell for many multiples of what a brilliant, untoned example of the same coin may sell for.
Embossed brass store cards like the coin dealer issue shown are soon to be given a shot in the arm by a new book from Coin World columnist Q. David Bowers.
Read, and thrive in the hobby
Annual reports to Congress by the director of the United States Mint tend to be slim volumes of dry tables, boring even to coin collectors.
The coin business, like most retail businesses in the United States, is generally described as being "unregulated."