The U.S. Mint has announced that it will hold a Numismatic Coin Forum in Philadelphia on Thursday, October 13. The one-day conference aims to prepare for the Mint’s upcoming 225th anniversary by bringing together various members of “stakeholder” organizations to discuss the past, present, and future of numismatics.
A press release notes that U.S. Mint Principal Deputy Director Rhett Jeppson said of the upcoming forum, “It seems only appropriate that, while we as a bureau are celebrating our history, the Mint is also looking for ways to improve the way we engage our customers and invigorate our relevance into the future.”
While the event is not open to the public, individuals can request admission via email at ; the deadline for consideration is September 15, 2016. Formal presentations offered during this forum will be posted online soon afterward. For more information on the Mint’s requirements for admission requests, please visit its Web site.