Emily Damstra to Donate Hand-Signed Artwork

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Emily Damstra
Emily Damstra

Acclaimed artist Emily Damstra, whose designs are now on 11 United States coins, including the new reverse of the popular Type II American Silver Eagle, will hand sign a poster size (30 by 42 inches) canvas print of her eagle artwork and donate it to the American Numismatic Association (ANA).

The event will take place 10:00 AM Thursday, Aug. 12, at the Admissions area immediately outside Hall A of the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center.

Where:

5555 N. River Road, Rosemont, Illinois

Attending:

Emily Damstra

Emily Damstra's eagle artwork
Damstra’s eagle artwork

A participant in the United States Mint’s Artistic Infusion Program who has designed over 40 coins and medals for the U.S. Mint and the Royal Canadian Mint, including the reverse of the new Type II 2021 American Silver Eagle.

Kim Kiick

Executive Director of the American Numismatic Association

Col. Steve Ellsworth

2019-2021 President of the American Numismatic Association

Dr. Ralph Ross

2021-2023 President of the American Numismatic Association

About the ANA

The American Numismatic Association is a congressionally chartered, nonprofit educational organization dedicated to encouraging the study and collection of coins and related items. The ANA helps its 28,000 members and the public discover and explore the world of money through its vast array of educational and outreach programs, as well as its museum, library, publications and conventions. For more information, call (719) 632-2646 or visit money.org.

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Mark D.

For someone whose namesake was so widely despised among European Royalty, you sure are a swell fellow.

And mille brava for Ms Danstra’s epic achievement, as well as her generosity. With her artwork in mind, the next time someone asks, “Heads or tails?”, the only possible response is, “Both!”

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Mark D.

Err, that’s Damstra, with an “m.”
Apologies.

Thank goodness my News Writing 151 professor didn’t see that as a misspelled name would earn, “Fail for the day,”!

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Mark D.

Err #2:. Alas, there should be a comma after, “that.” Time for self flagellation, but not too hard.

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Mark D.

Isn’t it, “Grand mum Empress Vicki?

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Mark D.

Watch out for hemophilia.

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Mark D.

As the classmates of Holden Caufield put it, “Digression! Digression!”