Mission Statement

The South Carolina Numismatic Association is dedicated to the promotion and the advancement of the knowledge of numismatics; to assist in bringing about better cooperation between all persons interested in the science; to promote greater popular interest in the field of numismatics in the state covered by such an organization of coin collectors and interested parties through closer relations with one another, and to promote friendly feeling for one another through social activities and the interchange of ideas and discussions of mutual interest.


Elections for officers of the SCNA are held annually via mail-in ballots distributed to members in good standing. Elected board members serve for a term of two years, after which they may choose to run again. Executive officers such as President, Vice-President, Secretary, etc., serve a term of one year and are voted on annually.

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Current Bylaws

Numismatics depends on the integrity of both Buyers and Sellers. A loss of trust results in lost business and the degradation of the reputation of our hobby. That is why the SCNA has an approved Code of Ethics which governs the conduct of SCNA Members. For your reference, here is the SCNA Code of Ethics


Code of Ethics


A Member must agree to comply with the following standards of conduct:


  • To support and be governed by the By-Laws of the Association and by any other rules, policies, charters, regulations or other governance-related instruments as may be adopted from time to time by the Executive Board. To conduct his/her self so as to bring no reproach or discredit to the SCNA, or impair the prestige of its membership. To conduct all numismatic dealings in a just, fair and moral manner and to make no false statements as to the condition of a numismatic item (altered, counterfeit, or otherwise) or in any other matter. To neither buy, sell, trade, give or receive numismatic items of which the ownership is unclear or suspect.
    To abide by all local, state and federal and to laws; to assist cognizant authorities, if requested, in their investigation of alleged violation of any local, state, or federal law.
    Confirmed violation of this Code, as determined by the SCNA Ethics Review Process, will be grounds for disciplinary action of the SCNA Member, as defined in the SCNA By Laws.

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