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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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2008 Benefit Auction Successful

The ACCG Benefit Auction nets $45,811 in active bidding. Full story

A Constellation of Stars

A classroom mentor from Kentucky and a donor from New Mexico, both members of the ACCG and supporters of ACE, help make an educational experience special for one High School student. Full story

Dave Welsh honored with ACCG Award

Dave Welsh, ACCG Board Member and founder of the Unidroit-L online discussion group has been named a recipient of the ACCG's Exceptionally Meritorious Service Award Full story

Benefit Auction open for bids

The ACCG Benefit Auction is now live online and bidding is active. Full story

Limited State Department FOIA Releases Raise More Questions Than They Answer

An update on litigation and observations on material released to date. Full story

ACCG supports classical education through ACE

The Ancient Coin Collectors Guild helps fulfill its mission through a symbiotic partnership with Ancient Coins for Education. Full story

ACCG and members support ACE program

The support of ACCG and of many individual members of the guild is recognized on the ACE web site. Full story

Roger Bland to speak at Field Museum

Dr. Roger Bland, head of the British Museum Department of Treasure and Portable Antiquities, will speak at Chicago's Field Museum about the Portable Antiquities Scheme in Britain and Wales and its successes over the past ten years. Full story

Lawsuit pries loose documents, more being contested

Peter Tompa summarizes the first round of releases of information under the FOIA lawsuit launched by ACCG, IAPN and PNG. Full story

Import Restrictions Implemented on Iraqi Coins

A cultural antiquities protection act passed as an "emergency" measure in 2004 is just now being implemented by State Department bureaucrats. Full story

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