Coin & Stamp Supplies celebrates seventh anniversary

Seven years ago today, Coin & Stamp Supplies was launched by Trajan Publishing Corp., the publisher of CCN and Canadian Stamp News.

The online shop went live on Nov. 28, 2014, offering Black Friday specials on a range of popular numismatic and philatelic supplies.

Based in Canada, Coin & Stamp Supplies continues to carry the latest products and has an experienced in-house customer service team, so collectors can purchase their supplies with confidence.


Before the COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020, Coin & Stamp Supplies boasted a strong presence at philatelic and numismatic shows across the country.

Since 2014, we’ve manned booths at dozens of shows each year, including the annual conventions of the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association, Ontario Numismatic Association, Canadian Association of Numismatic Dealers and Royal Philatelic Society of Canada. We also have booths at many Ontario-based local and regional club shows throughout the year.

To arrange an order, call us toll-free at 1-800-408-0352 or visit

All CSN and CCN subscribers receive a 20 per cent discount on all regularly priced merchandise. For November and December 2021, shipping is free for all orders exceeding (before taxes) $99 within Canada and $125 to the United States.

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