American Numismatic AssociationThe American Numismatic Association – a nonprofit, educational organization chartered by Congress – is dedicated to the collection and study of coins, paper money, tokens and medals, and was created for the benefit of its members and the numismatic community.
American Numismatic Society The ANS, founded in 1858, is a non-profit international center for the preservation and study of coins, medals and paper money.
British Museum Department of Coins and Medals The Department of Coins and Medals is home to one of the world’s finest numismatic collections, comprising about one million objects. The collection spans the entire history of coinage from its origins in the 7th century BC to the present day, and related material such as coin weights, tokens and money-boxes. The Department also holds the national collection of paper money.
British Numismatic Society The British Numismatic Society was founded in 1903 for the encouragement and promotion of numismatic science, particularly through the study of the coins, medals, tokens and banknotes of the peoples of the British Isles and Commonwealth, the United States of America, and all territories that at any time have been subject to British jurisdiction.
British Numismatic Trade Association Founded in 1973, the BNTA has grown into an organisation which represents the interests of more than sixty fimrs located throughout the British Isles. The BNTA has become an effective force in the fight against forgery, theft and other criminal activities, thus esablishing a benchmark for the highest ethical standards in the domestic coin trade. Members receive early warning notices of counterfeit coins and stolen property.
International Banknote Society The International Bank Note Society (IBNS) was formed in 1961 as a non-profit organization. Its objectives are to promote, stimulate and advance the study and knowledge of world wide bank notes and paper currencies and all matters related thereto along educational, scientific and historical lines. Currently the IBNS has more than 2,000 members in over 90 countries
International Numismatic Council (formerly, the International Numismatic Commission) was founded in 1934 “to facilitate cooperation between scholars and between institutions in the field of numismatics and related disciplines.”
Lawrence University Bearers of Meaning, The Ottilia Buerger Collection of Ancient and Byzantine Coins
Money Museum, ZurichThe MoneyMuseum is a money and currency museum that resulted from private initiative. It is aimed at an interested lay public.
National Museums of Scotland The National Museums of Scotland show Scotland to the World and the World to Scotland through extensive collections built up over more than two centuries. Displays of the collections can be seen at six sites.
Oriental Numismatic Society The ONS was founded in 1970 to foster interest in the study and collection of all series of oriental coinage, from North Africa and Muslim Spain to the Far East. Open to amateurs and professionals alike, it now has over 500 members world-wide.
Parthia.com this site is not just a virtual coin collection; here you can also gain insight into Parthian art, history, archaeology, and geography.
Royal Numismatic Society The Society was founded in 1836 as the Numismatic Society of London and received the title of the Royal Numismatic Society by Royal Charter in 1904. The Society is an academic body of charitable status concerned with research into all branches of numismatics. Its lectures and publications deal with classical, Asian, medieval and modern coins, paper money, tokens and medals.
Russian Numismatic Society The Russian Numismatic Society (RNS), organized in 1978, is a non-profit group of collectors and students interested in the field of Russian numismatics. [This website may currently be unavailable for some readers. See RNS http://pbarp.homedns.org/coins/RNS.html ]