The 2018 Higgins Museum National Bank Note Seminar will take place on
Thursday, July 26 at the Higgins Museum, 1507 Sanborn Avenue in
Okoboji, Iowa. The focus of the event will be four presentations, with
the speakers to be announced at a later date.
Exploring the source of a valuable hoard from
the American Gold Rush era reveals almost endless
possibilities. Also in this issue, what is a ‘full
torch’ designation as it relates to coins?
Co-hosting sponsors are the Central States Numismatic Society, the
Society of Paper Money Collectors, and the Professional Currency
The seminar will commence at 8:45 in the morning. Continental
breakfast will be available at 8 o’clock. Early arrivals are invited
to attend a welcoming reception from 5:00 to 6:30 on Wednesday
evening, July 25.
The registration fee is $75. Registration applications and
remittances should be directed to the Higgins Museum, 1507 Sanborn
Ave., P. O. Box 258, Okoboji, IA 51355. (A special registration fee of
$60 is available to members of the CSNS, SPMC, PCDA and the Iowa
For additional information contact curator Larry Adams at
515-432-1931, or direct your inquiry by email.
The 2018 seminar is the sixth in an ongoing series of educational
events hosted in Okoboji. They began with a 2006 seminar hosted under
the organization and sponsorship of the Central States Numismatic
Society. Subsequent events organized by the Higgins Museum have been
hosted in 2009, 2011, 2014, and 2016.
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