The Canadian Association of Numismatic Dealers (CAND) is honing its services in an effort to bolster the hobby in Canada and abroad. The association is coming off an “excellent” annual convention, which was held this January in Hamilton, Ont., kicking off the Canadian year in numismatics, said CAND President Michael Findlay. “We had a huge crowd attending this first major show in Canada for 2019. All the dealers I talked to were very pleased with their sales, and collectors were happy to get out after a two-month break in shows,” said Findlay, who’s also the editor of CCN Trends as well as the founder and publisher of the Canadian Coin Dealer Newsletter. Continue reading →
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