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The American Numismatic Association World's Fair of Money in Milwaukee officially opened Wednesday, Aug. 8, with a ribbon cutting conducted by (from left) Cliff Mishler, Chet Krause and Bill Horton.


Whether buying or selling, business is brisk at the World's Fair of Money held in Milwaukee through Sunday.


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Editor Dave Harper gingerly handles the $1 million Canadian gold coin on exhibit at the World's Fair of Money.


Mark Concannon, right, a WITI-TV newscaster, flips the famous 1913 Liberty Head nickel during a newscast Aug. 8 as Dawn Haley, director of external affairs for the U.S. Treasury Department's Bureau of Engraving and Printing and Donn Pearlman look on. Pearlman brought the nickel to the show to publicize the American Numismatic Association's World's Fair of Money being held in Milwaukee.


Robert Brueggeman of PNG, left, presents a Lifetime Achievement Award to Chet Krause.


It?s a conspiracy, or so it seems. ANA Governor-elect Radford Stearns points to the sign for room 101A, where the board met in Milwaukee. It looks like ?Iola,? the city where three board members reside.


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editor Dave Harper, left, presents the Numismatic Ambassador Award to Dietmar Spranz.


Barbara Gregory,


editor, presents the Clemy Award to Gene Hessler.


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editor Dave Harper, left, presents the Numismatic Ambassador Award to Chet Krause.


The new board of governors was inducted Aug. 11 at the awards banquet. Left front, Cliff Mishler, Walter Ostromecki, Joe Boling, Chet Krause. Back left, Radford Stearns, Ed Rochette, Barry Stuppler, Patti Jagger Finner and Wendell Wolka.


Retired Krause Publications new issues editor Fred Borgmann, left, is recognized at the booth for his service by publisher Bill Bright.


Mint director Ed Moy speaks to the crowd just before the unveiling of the gold dollars.


Californians Michael S. ?Stan? Turrini and Lee Gong get off the bus after arrival Aug. 13 in Iola, Wis., for a post-convention visit.


Krause world coin market analyst Tom Michael gives a NumisMaster demonstration to Chicago coin dealer Eugene Freeman at the booth.


The Good Fellowship Medal was bestowed on Cliff Mishler, convention chairman, at the opening by ANA President Bill Horton.


Krause staff members Katy Gertz (left) and Tamara Beardsley serve up cake in honor of

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' 55th anniversary.


Colin Bruce (left) and Joe Boling browse through historical documents at the post-convention tour stop at Krause Publications.