30+ dealers gather in Hamilton this weekend for CAND Coin Show

The first major coin show of 2024 returns to Hamilton, Ont., for the Canadian Association of Numismatic Dealers (CAND) Coin Show this Saturday and Sunday.

“Our members from across Canada will be bringing a wide selection of currency to the two-day show,” says CAND President Michael Findlay. The show features close to 50 dealer tables of coins, banknotes, bullion, medals, watches and much more.

Returning to the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel ballroom at 116 King St. W., the show will open to the public on Saturday at 10 a.m., but CAND members will gather for the association’s annual general meeting before the doors open. Opening both days at 10 a.m., the show will close at 5 p.m. on Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $5 on Jan. 27 but free on closing day. Children under 16 are free. Indoor parking is available at the parking garage adjacent to the hotel.

Click here for a list of dealers attending the show.

The popular youth table will also return to the CAND show with the Royal Canadian Numismatic Society’s youth coordinator, Cassidy Stroud. This table will offer fun-filled activities and free numismatic surprises for all youth who attend the show.

Organized in 1975, CAND is a non-profit association of about 50 Canadian and U.S. dealers who follow a strict code of ethics.

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