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National Art Collections Fund a Century Old

A century after it began with fifty-three members paying one guinea each a year, Britain's National Art Collections Fund, now often known as the Art Fund, is the country's leading independent arts charity, with ninety thousand members paying a minimum of thirty-two pounds (fifty-one dollars) annually, writes Will Bennett in The Telegraph. If past funding is converted into today's equivalent sums, the NACF has helped public collections to the tune of £84,173,626 (approximately 135 million dollars).

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