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ANACS opens new library to public

ANACSOpenHouseANACS, a third-party grading service headquartered in Centennial, Colo., lately hosted an open home for nearby dealers and collectors at its new facility.

A ribbon cutting ceremony marked the opening of its new library, which includes far more than 5,000 numismatic books, catalogs and guides that will be available to the public.

A tour of the facility guided by Vice president Paul DeFelice integrated the library, security workplace, grading room and the production line. Lunch and an ANACS sample Colorado quarter commemorated the occasion, which incorporated a question and answer session with senior numismatists J.P Martin and Michael Fahey.

Photo: J.P. Martin (center) officially opens the new ANACS library, assisted by ANACS grader Brian Kent (left) and Vice President Paul DeFelice.

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