Welcome to the Numismatic Association of Australia
The Numismatic Association of Australia acts as a united voice for all the major State numismatic organisations in Australia and has close ties with the Royal Numismatic Society of New Zealand and those Australian public institutions with numismatic collections. The NAA publishes an annual journal of international standard that covers all forms of currency and medals, and holds a biennial conference. Membership is made up of collectors, dealers, academics and museum numismatists, and is open to individuals and institutions in Australia and overseas.
The NAA follows the policy of museums and other public institutions in Australia, and does not value coins, medals or banknotes, nor does it give any opinion as to whether they are genuine.
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Lyn Bloom elected Treasurer of the NAA - I am delighted to advise that Lyn Bloom has been elected Treasurer of the Association; please see the About the NAA / Contact Us page for contact details. Registration for NAAC2017 Now Open - Registration for NAAC2017 in Melbourne over the weekend of 20th – 22nd October is now open. Starting with a behind the scenes tour of the National Sports Museum at the MCG on the afternoon of Friday 20th October, this will… Frank Robinson wins 2016 Paul Simon Memorial Award - Congratulations to Frank Robinson on his Paul Simon Memorial Award. Frank has been an active member of organised numismatics in Victoria since 1968, when he became a member of the Numismatic Association of Victoria. He was President of the NAV… Royal Numismatic Society of New Zealand 2017 conference - The Royal Numismatic Society of New Zealand will be holding a numismatic conference in Auckland during the period of 14 – 17 July to celebrate 50 years of decimal currency in New Zealand. The conference will be held at the…