Alongside millions of books, monographs, films, maps and other related research material, the Toronto Coin Expo is set to return to the downtown Toronto Reference Library on Oct. 4-5. This fall’s Coin Expo will feature more than 35 coin and banknote dealers on the bourse plus a pair of numismatic workshops, but show-goers have also come to expect camaraderie out of the long-running biannual show. “Collectors’ Corner is something a lot of attendees enjoy,” said show owner and organizer Jared Stapleton, of the show’s social area, “but we actually have collectors that come to the show and spend half a day in the library to do research for their numismatic papers or collections.” Continue reading →
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