The American Numismatic Association announced the winners of its 2008 Outstanding Club Publications Contest during the ANA Representative Program Breakfast on Aug. 2 at the World’s Fair of Money® in Baltimore.
Each year, the ANA recognizes outstanding publications produced by member numismatic organizations. Submissions are judged in four categories: Local Clubs, Regional Clubs, Specialty Clubs and Electronic Newsletters.
First Place: "Madison County Coin Club Newsletter," Madison County Coin Club (Editor: Harold Fears)
Second Place: "The Cincinnati Numismatist," Cincinnati Numismatic Association (Editor: Katie Heinrich)
Third Place (tie): "MCCA Newsletter," Metropolitan Coin Club of Atlanta, (Editor: David Crenshaw); and "Stephen James CSRA Coin Club Newsletter," Stephen James CSRA Coin Club (Editor: Arno Safran)
First Place: The California Numismatist, joint publication of the California State Numismatic Association and the Numismatic Association of Southern California (Editor: Greg Burns)
Second Place: The MichMatist, Michigan State Numismatic Society (Editor: Michael C. Strub)
Third Place (tie): The TNA News, Texas Numismatic Association (Editor: Ron Kersey); and Winning Ways, Women in Numismatics (Editor: Katie Heinrich)
First Place: Casino Chip and Token News, Casino Chip and Gaming Token Collectors Club (Editor: Allan Anderson)
Second Place: International Bank Note Society Journal, International Bank Note Society (Editor: Owen W. Linzmayer)
Third Place (tie): Curry’s Chronicle, Carson City Coin Collectors of America (Editor: Rusty Goe); and Paper Money, Society of Paper Money Collectors (Editor: Fred L. Reed III)
First Place: "The E-Gobrecht," Liberty Seated Collectors Club (Editor: Bill Bugert)
Second Place: "Dallas Coin Club Newsletter," Dallas Coin Club (Editor: Kathy Lawrence)
Third Place: "The Double Shift," Greater Houston Coin Club (Editor: John Barber)
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