RCNA Convention kicks-off on Tuesday

The 61st Annual Convention of the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association (RCNA) kicks off tomorrow with registration and a day-long Coin Grading and Preservation Workshop.

The convention gets into full swing on Wednesday with a full day of RCNA educational symposium, the RCNA executive meeting, bourse and exhibits setup and the viewing and session one of the Canadian Numismatic Company Auction.

All auction items can be viewed at: http://auctions.tcnccoins.com/The-RCNA-Sale_as30307

Hosted this year by the North York Coin Club, the RCNA convention is being held at the Delta Meadowvale Hotel and Conference Centre at 6750 Mississauga Road, in the Toronto suburb of Mississauga.

“It has been a few years since the RCNA has met in Toronto,” RCNA president Bret Evans said. “With a central location, it is convenient for dealers, and this will be one of the biggest bourses we have had in quite some time. Because Toronto is also where we hold our annual coin grading and preservation seminar, we decided to move it from the fall to August so that people attending the convention can take advantage of this once-a-year opportunity.”

A complete listing of program events, along with specials offered by dealers, is available in Volume 52, Number 09 of the Canadian Coin News, available on-line, under the home sub head of magazines.

For more details, go to: www.canadiancoinnews.com

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