• Below are the exhibits FUN has lined up for your educational enjoyment. As you can see we have pleanty of room for your exhibits. To exhibit contact Bob Russell @ FUNExhibits@Gmail.com.
  • Class A: U.S. Coins

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  • The Cinderella Coin - The Rarest US Circulation Strike
  • On display is the 1838-O half dollar with supporting documentation that proves it is the only known circulation strike of this coin.

  • Standing Liberty Quarters With Teardrops
  • What is a teardrop and which Standing Liberty Quarters have teardrops. A look at rarity and values.

  • Class B: Paper Money

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  • First Notes: A Selection of Serial Number 1 National Bank Notes From New York State
  • This exhibits presents a selection of special Serial Number 1 notes from over 40 National Banks from New York State.

  • John Jay Knox and the Central Bank of ULM
  • This is the story of banker John Jay Knox and his experience with banking in Minnesota.

  • Chattanooga Depression & Clearing House Script
  • Depression script is an unofficial currency issued during recessions and depressions by municipal governments, stores or banks. when official currency is in short supply. This exhibit displays bank depression currency from Chattanooga from 1893 to 1933.

  • Class C: Medal, Orders, Decorations and Tokens

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  • Class D: Foreign Coins

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  • Class E: Errors

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  • Class F: Miscellaneous

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  • Primitive Money From the Democratic Republic of Congo
  • This exhibit seeks to educate the viewer as to the existence of a very old system of money that was well established as a medium of exchange in a primitive culture and also inform the viewer of the current status of the culture in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Each primitive money item is described and includes its use, purpose, and purchasing power.

  • Class G: Young Numismatists

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  • Class H: FUN Member Clubs

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  • Non-Competitive

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  • A Visual History of FUN
  • Twenty four cases of FUN history.