Bidding was fierce between dozens of eccentric juniors vying for nearly 40 lots of material in the Young Collectors Postage Stamp and Coin Auction this March.Organized by Lisa McPherson, national youth co-ordinator of the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association (RCNA) and first vice-president of the Ontario Numismatic Association (ONA), the auction offered 36 lots of material donated by various hobby organizations as well as individual dealers and collectors.“There’s about $600 worth of material being offered today, and everybody will get something,” said McPherson, who served as the auction runner and added every participant who didn’t win a bid would receive a gift bag. Continue reading →
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The Arcadia Collection, which highlights a seminal part of North American financial history, is set to cross the block during the Toronto Coin Expo Spring Sale this May.
Canadian collectors were surprised with an unannounced issue honouring friendship released by the Royal Canadian Mint on April 19.
Travelling to the eastern end of the province for the first time since 2010, the 57th Annual Ontario Numismatic Association (ONA) Convention found a new home in Kingston this April.