One of the world's most extensive collections of coins and paper money is displayed in this boxy abstraction with a set-back second level. A framework of steel girders at the front of the second level is repeated in a smaller structural grid in a cutaway portion of the roof near the recessed entrance. This is also the international headquarters of the American Numismatic Association, including its research library.
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American Numismatic Association Money Museum
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