Coin clubs and numismatic associations are the lifeblood of the numismatic hobby. Many clubs have been around for decades, but a few will be celebrating significant anniversaries in 2016, including: the Ingersoll Coin Club (55 years); London Numismatic Society (65 Years), Moncton Coin Club (55 Years); Nickel Belt Coin Club (60 years); Peterborough and District Numismatic Society (65 years); Toronto Coin Club (80 years) and the Windsor Coin Club (65 years). Below is an overview of each “anniversary” club. Continue reading →
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