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ANCIENT COIN CLUB OF
LOS ANGELES

MONTHLY MEETINGS

ACCLA MONTHLY MEETINGS ARE HELD THE SECOND SUNDAY OF THE MONTH AT THE SKIRBALL CULTURAL CENTER WITH PRESENTATIONS ALSO BROADCAST VIA ZOOM.

ACCLA ALSO HOLDS AN INFORMAL ONLINE ANCIENT COIN LOUNGE EVERY FOURTH SUNDAY OF THE MONTH ON ZOOM.

Guests are welcome at all our meetings!

Meeting Programs | Meeting Location & Links

Upcoming Programs

NOVEMBER 13 2022 MEETING

Tetradrachm of Demetrius I Poliorketes

THE ANTIGONID KINGS OF MACEDON -
THEIR HISTORY AND COINAGE

by John Borneman


If you are interested in attending contact the ACCLA Secretary for more information.

NOVEMBER 27, 2022

ANCIENT COIN LOUNGE ON ZOOM

If you are interested in attending contact the ACCLA Secretary for more information.
ACCLA members at the Getty Villa
ACCLA presents a lively series of educational programs at its monthly meetings that appeal to lovers of ancient history and coins alike.

Meeting Location

ACCLA members at the monthly meetingACCLA members at the monthly meeting

Location: Club meetings are held in classroom 161 at the Skirball Cultural Center. Skirball Cultural Center is located in the Sepulveda Pass just off the 405 Freeway. Traveling north or south on the 405, take the Skirball Center Drive exit and make a right onto Sepulveda Boulevard. The address is: 2701 N Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049. Free parking is available in the North and East lots. Maps, directions, and information on public transportation are available at skirball.org. The Skirball Cultural Center graciously rents the meeting room to our organization, its doing so does not represent or constitute any endorsement or sponsorship of the ACCLA.

Guests are welcome at our monthly meetings. If you wish to watch the program via Zoom you will need to register in advance to get the link.

ACCLA ANCIENT COIN LOUNGE

ACCLA holds an informal Ancient Coin Lounge every fourth Sunday of the month on Zoom starting at 1:30 P.M. Members and guests get together to ask questions, chat about ancient coins and books, share recent acquisitions, talk about a favorite coin, give short presentations, make announcements, or just hang out with other ancient coin enthusiasts. Visitors are welcome but need to register in advance to get the Zoom link.

 

Three Roman Legionaries At ACCLA
"Interesting and unexpected things often happen at these meetings, discussions are fascinating, and civility and humor always prevail."
Kenneth L. Friedman, ACCLA Past President