NBS Elections

Officer and Board Nominations

This is an election year for the Numismatic Bibliomania Society, and as such we are calling for nominations for the officer and board positions.

Nominations for NBS officer and board positions may be made to NBS Secretary/Treasurer Terry White at terrywhite5475@yahoo.com by May 1. The next issue of The Asylum will include a ballot and a listing of the nominees.


Section 1. The officers of NBS shall be President, Vice-President, and Secretary-Treasurer. Six (6) Trustees will be included with the officers to form the Board of Trustees.

Section 2. Election of officers and trustees will occur in odd calendar years for a term of two years. Nominations will be accepted during the first calendar quarter of the election year by written request of the President to the membership. The election of officers and trustees to the board will be by plurality vote of all eligible society members voting during the second calendar quarter of the election year. Election ballots will be counted by the Secretary-Treasurer or a person(s) selected by the Board of Trustees. Elected officers and trustees will assume responsibility 30 days after the close of the ballot.

The Numismatic Bibliomania Society (NBS)

NBS is a non-profit educational organization founded in 1979 to support and promote the use and collecting of numismatic literature. Numismatic literature includes books, periodicals, catalogs and other written or printed material relating to coins, medals, tokens, or paper money, ancient or modern, U.S. or worldwide. Membership is open to any individual or organization interested in the study of numismatics and the study and collecting of numismatic literature.

As a member of NBS, you'll receive a valuable back issue of The Asylum (the society's official print journal) and all subsequent print issues upon publication.

    Other Benefits include:
  • Invitation to participate in the society's Annual Events: the General Membership Meeting, Educational Symposiums, and a fund raising auction (all held along with the ANA's World Fair of Money each August).
  • Voting to select NBS Officers and recipients of the Society's annual literary awards - the Joel J. Orosz Award (best new article in The Asylum) and the Jack Collins Award (best new author).
  • Members are also encouraged to submit original manuscripts to the Editor to be considered for publication in The Asylum.


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