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The Ancient Coin Collectors Guild has become a driving force in the ongoing effort to protect coin collectors and museums in which coins are stored from being forced to give up these items to foreign governments under the premise the coins are the cultural patrimony of the claimant nation. — Richard Giedroyc, World Coin News April 26, 2010



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ACCG Benefit Auction IV on VAuctions

Benefit Auction 4 launches September 29.

By Wayne G. Sayles |
September 28, 2011

The fourth annual Benefit Auction in support of ACCG will open on Thursday, September 29 after the closing of Sale #270 and will remain open for two weeks, closing on October 13.  This sale includes more than 120 lots of ancient coinage, numismatic literature and related items.  Items in this sale have been donated by collectors, dealers and friends of ACCG and associated services of hosting, cataloguing, advertising and fulfillment have also been donated by volunteers.  Consequently, 100% of the proceeds will be used to support guild initiatives on behalf of the hobby. The sale has no reserves and no buyer's fees, making it a very popular venue with some excellent buying opportunities.  It is also a wonderful opportunity to support the hobby of ancient coin collecting and have fun doing it. 

The primary activities of ACCG in recent years have been related to the opposition against overly broad State Department import restrictions on ancient coins.  This includes Litigation, Education and Public Affairs programs as well as frequent interaction with domestic and foreign governmental officials and U.S. legislators.  ACCG is a 501c(4) non-profit organization.

To browse the offerings in this sale go to and bid as you normally would.  Post auction billing will be electronic and payment can be made through secure online options.

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