Preserving our freedom to collect

contact
tests

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

News

Archive

Get the Latest News!


Fax

A free service sponsored by ACCG


ACCG Donation

Support ancient coin collecting today!

All news

U.S. Court of Appeals grants Amicus Briefs

Amicus Curiae Briefs accepted by Appellate Court

By Wayne G. Sayles |
December 05, 2011

In an Order Granting Filing of Amicus Briefs dated 5 December 2011, the U.S.Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has granted motions to submit amicus briefs by six entities in support of the ACCG appeal of a dismissal in the Baltimore court challenge to import restrictions on coins from Cyprus and China.  The briefs were filed by American Committee for Cultural Policy, International Association of Dealers in Ancient Art, International Association of Professional Numismatists, The American Numismatic Association, Ancient Coins for Education, Inc., and Professional Numismatists Guild, Inc. 

In an earlier action, the government replaced the counsel of record, bumping the action up to the Department of Justice Civil Appellate Division under lead attorney Mark B. Stern.  The impetus for this change of counsel is conjectural, but one cannot help but feel that the government is taking the appeal seriously — as they should.  Counsel for ACCG in this appeal is the Washington DC firm of Bailey and Ehrenberg, PLLC.

Facebook Twitter DZone It! Digg It! StumbleUpon Technorati Del.icio.us NewsVine Reddit Blinklist Add diigo bookmark

Add a comment
  1. Formatting options