Bourse sold out for Germany’s Numismata

Attendees to this year’s Munich Numismata, coming to the Bavarian capital on March 4-5, will find a sold-out venue with more than 220 exhibitors.

No booths remain for organizer Angela Modes to offer to dealers who failed to register for Numismata.

“Before Christmas, it became clear how much exhibitors look forward to finally getting back in touch with their customers in person,” Modes said in early January. “The booths were sold out immediately, just like most tables.”

That is no surprise, he said, as Numismata is popular among European showgoers: it is a place for anyone interested in classical numismatics to enjoy their hobby, and visitors can visit dealers from around the world on the bourse.

“Organizers say the New York International Numismatic Convention in January already collectors and dealers are virtually starved for personal contact,” reads a recent statement issued by show organizers. “Never before did more dealers and visitors travel to New York! The organizers of Numismata also expect record attendance in Munich.”

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