Coin shows provide a great venue for buying and selling coins, meeting other numismatists and coin professionals, and learning more about the pastime you love. Coin shows are usually held by coin clubs that range in size from a few dozen members to organizations as large as the American Numismatic Association, which presently boasts some 30,000 members.
Attending coin shows is a wonderful way for collectors to make new acquaintances, buy and sell coins, and learn new things about the numismatic pastime they enjoy. Coin shows are usually hosted by coin clubs and may range in size from a dozen or so members up to huge organizations such as the American Numismatic Association, which has nearly 30,000 members.
Attending coin shows is a great way to meet new numismatic friends, trade or buy and sell coins, learn things about the hobby you love and, of course, enjoy a colorful stroll on the coin show bourse. There is almost always a coin show happening somewhere in the United States each weekend, and there are several going on during the week of September 3 through September 9, 2015.
Coin shows are superb places to make new numismatist friends, buy and sell coins, learn new things about coin collecting, and do some window shopping on the bourse. Thankfully, it’s rather easy to find a coin show in your neck of the woods, as there are hundreds of coin shows each year throughout the United States.
Coin shows are a great venue for meeting other numismatists, buying and selling coins, and learning something new about the pastime you love. Hundreds of coin shows are staged around the United States each year, some quite large and others small.
Summer is heating up for a lot of the nation, and so, too, are the number of coin shows around the United States. There are numerous coin events happening around the country for the week of July 31 through August 6, 2015, including several that have been listed here for your convenience.
The U.S. Mint, which recently sold out of the very popular American Silver Eagles, is set to resume sales of the 2015 silver bullion coins on July 27. But here's the big question -- what might the silver market look like a week from now? Silver and gold prices continue stumbling, following a trend that the bullion market has been watching since at least last fall.
The United States Mint has sold out of 2015 American Silver Eagles and will not be distributing any more for about two weeks. This news comes during a massive uptick in demand from bullion investors as silver prices have plunged, with prices dropping below $15 on July 7. Early trading on July 8 showed silver prices below $14.90, and as of this writing on the afternoon of July 8, prices hover just above the $15 mark.
If you’re looking for coin shows in your neck of the woods during the week of July 3-9, 2015, you’re in luck, as there are several coin show events happening. Coin shows are a great place to meet fellow coin collectors, hear lectures, buy and sell coins, and have an overall good time with wonderful numismatic company.
Want to find coin shows that are happening in your neck of the woods during the week of June 26 through July 2, 2015? Of the many small-size, medium-scale, and large coin shows happening that week, there are two in Mississippi and Florida that have been gaining some attention.
If you’re looking for coin shows that are happening near you, then you may be in luck. There are several coin shows going on throughout the United States for the week of June 19-25, 2015. Coin shows aren’t only great places to meet other like-minded individuals and buy or sell coins, but many also offer seminars, lectures, and other exciting and enriching opportunities to learn more about your favorite hobby.
Looking for coin shows that are happening during the week of June 12-19, 2015? Here’s a list of coin shows that will be going on throughout the United States. As it happens, every coin show on this week’s list will be happening on June 14, which is a Sunday.
There are several coin shows going on during the week of June 5 through 11, 2015. Coin shows provide coin collectors with a great opportunity to meet fellow numismatists, interface with coin dealers, buy new acquisitions for their collections, and even learn a thing or two about their hobby through lectures and seminars.
Perhaps you’ve heard the news that a recent private poll declared slavery abolitionist Harriet Tubman as the favorite choice among a selection of historic women to replace President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. The candidates, which included Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Martha Washington, and Eleanor Roosevelt, were presented by a group called Women on 20s, which has been trumpeting efforts to place a female face on the otherwise male-dominated U.S. paper currency.