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17 Sep 2022

Coin Show

Coin Shows | user_22476

So I know I have been gone for a very long time, but I am back with some new information! So over this time, I have been to 2 coin shows, one in Gettysburg and the other in Harrisburg. At the first coin show, I went to I was very excited and sold my first coin (1902 O Barber dime ). I bought a 1943 penny, 1853 large cent, 1859 Indian cent, 1909 VDB cent, as well as a 1913 variety 2 buffalo nickel. The next one I went to, I sold the buffalo nickel I got from the previous show for $20. In the picture above, you will see a 1921 Morgan dollar, a 1916 cent, and an off-centered 199 cent ( The date is cut off ). I will tell you many more stories later and good luck coin hunting.

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14 Jun 2022

Coin & Currency Show

Coin Shows | user_2236

The Wabash Valley Coin Club will have their August Coin & Currency Show .Date: August28th, 2022Where: Vigo County Fair Grounds, 3901 South US Hwy 41, Terre Haute, IN. Cost: Free to the public Hours: Open from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

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15 May 2022

What I got

Coin Shows | BlackArrowCoin

Hey guys! I'm back and have some new coin's....I was looking for any silver coins at the show and there was one stand that I got some from.First: I got a 1926 s standing liberty " around g-6 — f-10" it was only five bucks! It's not every day that you get that good of a deal.Second: Also got a Christmas silver bullion " that's one ounce of silver" that only costed me thirty dollars! On eBay there around forty to forty five dollars. Great findThree: The last one we got are Mexican silver bullion. There a Mexican coin how American makes American eagles, they make these silver coins. It cost forty dollars each and I got two. On eBay there fifty dollars. Another great find!If you liked this post please follow to see what's going on here BlackArrowCoin

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14 May 2022

Awesome coin show coming up!

Coin Shows | BlackArrowCoin

Tomorrow I'm going to are local coin show!It's the only coin show we have all year. I'm planning to buy silver tomorrow, lots of it! To be exact it depending on how much there asking. If you have any suggestions on what coins have a good amount of silver please leave a comment below and I'll try to see if I can get it.

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13 Apr 2022

GNA Show: Paging, Pick Ups, and More!

Coin Shows | CheerioCoins

A few days ago I paged at the GNA (Georgia Numismatic Association) show. This was my first time paging and i had lots of fun doing so while making a little extra money. It's a long story so might as well jump into it!

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09 Jan 2022

Go to coin shows

Coin Shows | xaviera

I have always enjoyed going to coin shows sometimes you see old coins. There are so many unique coins I've never seen before, you get to see what other collectors have and what they enjoy collecting whether it's ancient coins, silver coins, or foreign coins it's always interesting to learn more about coins and be familiar with all coins. If you want to learn about coins and hear about a coin show try and go, they are informative and teach you a lot.

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15 Nov 2021

LKNS Attends the 2021 Fall PAN Show

Coin Shows | Mr_Norris_LKNS

On Saturday, October 30, 2021, the Legacy Knights Numismatic Society traveled to the 2021 Fall PAN Show for their first big field trip as a club. The PAN Show (operated by the Pennsylvania Association of Numismatists, or PAN) was held at the Monroeville Convention Center in the suburbs of Pittsburgh.LKNS took part in the PANKidZone activities especially geared towards young collectors. The PANKidZone is an effort headed up by Mr. Malcolm Johnson to generate interest and enthusiasm among young people for numismatics and help them in their pursuit of their collection and knowledge.Due to unfortunate circumstances Mr. Johnson was unable to meet us there; however he made sure we were in capable hands with the rest of the friendly folks on the PAN committee. Our members were the recipients of a generous collection of numismatic items, from t-shirts to cent collection folders to coins, literature, and more. A couple of famous guests even helped us enjoy the show in the forms of Benjamin Franklin and Abraham Lincoln.The show itself was wonderful with a wide array of dealers attending. We saw ancient coins, paper currency, lots of old and rare American coins, tokens, elongates, medals, and collector supplies. Several of our members went home with new purchases to add to their collections. The dealers seemed as happy to see us as the friendly PAN Show staff, and all were very helpful. Several took the time to explain the significance of some of their displays or items for sale. Their hospitality made an impression on our members, who felt they were treated like valued members of the numismatic community.The YN auction at the end of the day was a big hit with our students of course. They had acquired some PANKidZone auction money through their participation in both the show and our club. Bidding was often fast and furious and some of the bids reached some rather incredible heights before a sole bidder remained and won the lot.LKNS is an extracurricular activity of Legacy Christian Academy in Xenia, OH, which is about four hours away from Pittsburgh. While some members opted to travel with their parents and spend the night in the Pittsburgh area, the main body of members rode together in vans and made the trip all in one day. That made for a long day, but traveling with friends made the time pass quickly, and getting to attend the PAN Show was well worth the trip!Many thanks go to PAN, Mr. Malcolm Johnson, Mr. Pat McBride, and others who made sure we were able to attend and had an incredible field trip!To see more photos, please visit the PAN Show 2021 photo album on the LKNS Facebook page.

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