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Items tagged "American-Canadian Numismatic Association": 8

American-Canadian Numismatic Association, Relief, [Plaster]

Relief of half eagle on the left side and half oak leaves on the right, with unfinished edge. The word "Drying" is written on the lip of the relief. There is also the number "3565" stamped into the plaster in reverse. Inscribed on the relief is "American Canadian Numismatic Association".

The ninth annual convention marked the first and only…

Spirit of Detroit Annual Convention, Mold, [Plaster]

Annual Convention, Detroit, Michigan, 1962
Plaster

Annual Convention, Detroit, Michigan, 1962
Plaster, iron rods

Now headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the American Numismatic Association was established in 1891 in Chicago. Their members study coins and medals. Each year the association hosts an annual convention. In 1962, the…

Spirit of Detroit Annual Convention, Mold, [Plaster]

Plaster relief mold. Relief mold depicts the Spirit of Detroit sculpture with the words "Annual Convention Detroit, Michigan 1962"

American-Canadian Numismatic Association, Mold, [Plaster]

American-Canadian Numismatic Association relief mold, plaster and, iron rods. Stained from the shellac used to seal the mold. Inscribed on the mold is "American Canadian Numismatic Association".


This bas-relief was created in 1962 for the first annual joint convention of the Numismatic Associations of Canada and the United States. The…

Spirit of Detroit Annual Convention, Relief, [Plaster]

Plaster relief of the Spirit of Detroit Annual Convention. Relief depicts the Spirit of Detroit sculpture with the words "Annual Convention Detroit, Michigan 1962"

Spirit of Detroit Annual Convention, Relief, [Plaster]

Annual Convention, Detroit, Michigan, 1962
Plaster

Annual Convention, Detroit, Michigan, 1962
Plaster, iron rods

Now headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the American Numismatic Association was established in 1891 in Chicago. Their members study coins and medals. Each year the association hosts an annual convention. In 1962, the…

Blank with Beaded Edge, [Plaster]

Plaster blank with beaded edge.
Plaster blanks could be used several times for different sculptures.

This round plaster blank with inset beading on the edge was used for sculpting at least three sculpture reliefs. The ghost images visible on the surface indicate: The Spirit of Detroit for the Annual Convention of the Numismatic Association,…

American-Canadian Numismatic Association, Relief, [Plaster]

American-Canadian Numismatic Association plaster relief. Inscribed on the relief is "American Canadian Numismatic Association".