Coin Club Links
American Numismatic Association (ANA). The ANA host this site and many more member clubs.
Central States Numismatic Society (CSNS). This regional club covers Iowa and 12 other states. If you belong to a club in Iowa your club should consider joining the CSNS. There are some big educational benefits.
American Numismatic Society (ANS). The American Numismatic Society is a museum and research institute devoted to the study of coins from all periods and cultures.
John Reich Collectors Society. This club specializes in the study of US gold and silver coins minted before the introduction of the Seated Liberty design.
Numismatic Bibliomania Society (NBS) This is a non-profit educational organization founded in 1979 to support and promote the use and collecting of numismatic literature.
The Society of Paper Money Collectors (SPMC). The SPMC is a corporation organized exclusively for educational purposes, and in furtherance of such purposes to promote, stimulate, and advance the study of US paper money and other financial documents in all their branches along educational, historical and scientific lines.
Early American Coppers. Early American Coppers (EAC) is a not-for-profit numismatic specialty organization founded in 1967 to serve as a point of contact for collectors of early U.S. copper coins - Colonials, Half Cents, Large Cents, and Hard Time Tokens. EAC publishes a quarterly magazine, Penny-Wise, with most issues running over 50 pages.
Flying Eagle and Indian Cent Collectors Society, FLY-IN Club. The Flying Eagle and Indian Cent Society ( The Fly-In Club ) was formed in 1991 with 200 charter members focused in the study of the Flying Eagle and Indian Head cents. Membership has grown to approximately 400, with nearly every state represented.
Liberty Seated Collectors Society. The Liberty Seated Collectors Club is a group of over six hundred collectors and dealers dedicated to the study and attribution of the American silver Liberty Seated coinage of the 19th century. The Gobrecht Journal and the E-Gobrecht are the official club publications.
Barber Coin Collectors' Society. The BCCS is a group of coin collectors that are interested in the coins designed by Charles E. Barber, Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint from 1879 to 1917. He is best known for his Liberty Head designs on the dime, quarter, and half, as well as the popular Liberty Head (or "V") nickel.
Original Hobo Nickel Society If you are interested in hobo nickels, collect them, or simply deal in rare coins, the OHNS has an array of helpful information, much of which can only be accessed by joining the club.
Society or Silver Dollar Collectors. Mostly a VAM site relating to Morgan and Peace dollar varieties.
Token and Medal Society (TAMS). The Token and Medal Society, Inc. is an educational and non-profit organization devoted to furthering the exonumia field consisting of all forms of tokens, medals, badges and other items of a related nature.
The Civil War Token Society. Founded in 1967, the Civil War Token Society is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to help stimulate interest and research in the field of Civil War token collecting. Activities include publishing a journal (The Civil War Token Journal), conducting auctions, maintaining a reference library, providing an attribution service for a nominal fee, establishing State chapters and conducting regional meetings.
National Token Collector's Association. The NTCA promotes the collecting of trade tokens, "good fors", bingles, scrip, chits, seco, whatever you call them, trade tokens have become a respected collectable and expanding branch of numismatics.
Numismatics International. Numismatics International was formed in Dallas, Texas in July, 1964 and ranges between 400 and 800 members world-wide. The objectives are to encourage and promote the science of numismatics by specializing in areas and nations other than the United States of America; to cultivate fraternal relations among collectors and numismatic students; to encourage and assist new collectors; to foster the interest of youth in numismatics; to stimulate and advance affiliations among collectors and kindred organizations; to acquire, share, and disseminate numismatic knowledge.
Iowa Collector - Newman Numismatic Portal. The NNP library, at the heart of our project is a growing database of all numismatic literature and documents we can digitize. The portal is hosted by the Washington University in St. Louis. There are book, periodicals, and videos available on the portal. Some back issues of the INA's Iowa Collector have been digitized and are available. The link below will take you to the INA archive, you may explore the rest of the portal via the tool bar toward the top of that page. Many other numismatic organizations also have digitized documents on this site.
Iowa Numismatic Association. The Newman Numismatic Portal library has digitized the 1938-1948 INA scrapbook. There is a lot of INA history in this scrapbook.
Iowa Numismatic Association. The Newman Numismatic Portal library has digitized the 1949-1969 INA scrapbook. There is a lot of INA history in this scrapbook.
International Bank Note Society (IBNS). IBNS, founded in 1961 operates as a non-profit educational organization and in furtherance of such purpose, its objectives are to promote, stimulate, and advance the study and knowledge of worldwide banknotes and paper currencies and all matters related thereto along educational, scientific and historical lines. Currently the IBNS has over 2,000 members in more than 90 countries.
Combined Organization of Numismatic Error Collectors of America (CONECA) CONECA is a national numismatic organization devoted to the education of error and variety coin collectors.