Statère d'or, Lampsaque, vers 350 av. J.-C, AU 8.40 g.
Ex Vente NAC Zurich, Auktion 1, 30-03-1989,
Conservation : NGC AU 5/5 4/5 Fine Style
AG 17.06 g , Conservation : NGC AU★ 5/5 5/5 Fine Style
vers 340-325 av. J.-C. , AU 9.06 g. Ex Vente NGSA 8,
Novembre 2014, lot 32
Conservation : NGC Choice XF★ 5/5 4/5 Fine Style
1640 A, AU 26.80 g. Conservation : NGC XF 45. Rarissime
Paris, 1834 A, AU 43.26 g. Ex Vente Sotheby's, 1954,
Collection du Roi Farouk,
Conservation : PCGS SP 66 (PROOF ULTRA CAMEO).
AU 32.25 g. Conservation : NGC AU 58.
Superbe. 76 exemplaires frappés. Rarissime.
ND, AU 39,21 g. NGC AU 58. Superbe. Rarissime
1633, AU 33.13 g. Cud 92a var.
Conservation : NGC AU 53. Superbe. Rarissime
Saint-Péters- bourg, 1908, AU 32.24 g.
Conservation : Traces de nettoyage sinon Superbe.
Extrêmement rare, officiellement seulement 175 pièces frappées.
Thomas J. Uram to Become ANA’s 63rd President
Voting members of the American Numismatic Association (ANA) have elected a new Board of Governors and will welcome six new individuals, along with two incumbents and a past board member, for the 2023-25 election term.
Incoming President Thomas J. Uram and Vice President-elect Mark Lighterman will be joined by new board members John S. Brush, David G. Heinrich, Lori H. Kraft, Henry Mitchell, Phyllis A. Ross and Kenny Sammut, along with returning member Mary Lynn Garrett.
Mary Lynn Garrett was the top vote receiver. President-elect Thomas J. Uram ran unopposed. In accordance with ANA bylaws, ballots for uncontested offices are not tabulated. Only the first vote is counted.
|– Thomas J. Uram||1|
|For Vice President|
|– Mark Lighterman||2,437|
|– Rob Oberth||1,932|
|Candidates for Governor|
|– Mary Lynn Garrett||2,941|
|– Lori H. Kraft||2,640|
|– Phyllis A. Ross||2,557|
|– Kenny Sammut||2,460|
|– Henry Mitchell||2,450|
|– David G. Heinrich||2,437|
|– John S. Brush||2,108|
|Unelected Candidates for Governor|
|– Patrick McBride||2,022|
|– Philip Vitale||1,957|
|– Jeff Rosinia||1,950|
|– Emile Mestressat||1,797|
|– Richard Jozefiak||1,738|
In the event that a board member cannot fulfill their term, the runner-up will fill the vacant seat for the remainder of the two-year term.
The new board will be sworn-in at the annual ANA Banquet on August 11, at the World’s Fair of Money® in Pittsburgh, Penn. Uram will become the Association’s 63rd president, succeeding current President Dr. Ralph Ross, who will serve as a non-voting, ex-officio member of the board.
President Dr. Ralph Ross and Governor Clifford Mishler have reached their term limits. Vice President Joseph Boling and Governors Michael Ellis, Charles Morgan and Shanna Schmidt chose not to seek re-election for the 2023-2025 term.
ANA members had the option to vote by either electronic or paper ballot. Out of 4,564 total votes, 2,731 were cast by paper ballot while another 1,833 members voted electronically, representing 40.16 percent of votes cast.
The election was conducted and tabulated by Election Services Corporation of Hauppauge, New York. Overall, 20,722 ANA members were eligible to vote in this election; 22.02 percent of eligible voters participated. To be eligible to vote, members have to be at least 13 years old and a member of the Association for at least one year as of March 31 of the election year. In 2021, 19,027 members were eligible to vote; a total of 5,560 votes were cast, representing 29.22 percent of eligible members.