Jun
26

**CANCELLED**

Hours: Sat. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sun. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission $7. Under 16 Free! Numismatic excellence since 1962, featuring Canada’s finest dealers in Canadian, ancient, and foreign coins, paper money, coin and paper money supplies and reference books. Official auctioneer is The Canadian Numismatic Company. Auction viewing begins on Friday.

Name: Brian Smith
Phone: 416-705-5348
Email: brian@torex.net
Web: http://www.torex.net

Jul
20

**IN-PERSON CONVENTION CANCELLED; VIRTUAL EVENTS PLANNED**

The 2021 Royal Canadian Numismatic Association (RCNA) Convention is scheduled for July 20-25 in Ottawa. Daily admission is $6 a person, but attendees aged 17 and under are free. On July 25, closing day, all adults accompanying an under-18 attendee are also free.

Name: Paul Johnson
Phone: 647-401-4014
Email: info@rcna.ca
Web: https://www.rcna.ca/2021/

Aug
8

**SHOW CANCELLED – AUCTION STILL ON**

Canada’s best one-day coin and collectables show features more than 50 tables of coins, paper money, tokens, militaria and more with dealers buying, selling and appraising. The show will be open from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., and admission is $4, which includes a draw ticket for a gold coin. Hot and cold food and drinks are also available. The night before the event, an auction is hosted by Geoffrey Bell Auctions in conjunction with the Paris Coin Show. Visit gbellauctions.com for auction details.

Name: Jared Stapleton
Phone: 647-403-7334
Email: pariscoinshow@gmail.com
Web: http://www.pariscoinshow.ca

Aug
29

Polish American Numismatic Society and Huron Valley Numismatic Society. Over 100 US and World Coin Dealer Tables. Hours are 10am – 4pm. Free admission and free parking. Authentic Polish food. Tables $95, case rent $10, lamp rent $5. NO SALES TAX in Michigan on Coins & Bullion. www.pans-club.org

Name: Brett Irick
Phone: 313-207-3562
Email: xr7gt@prodigy.net
Web: http://www.pans-club.org

Sep
10

Presented by Canadian Coin News and Canadian Stamp News, the National Postage Stamp and Coin Show features 50-plus professional coin and stamp dealers from across Canada. Highlights include a two-day live “Premier Auction” by Colonial Acres; various seminars; and the Young Collectors discounted sales table and popular free youth auction on Sunday.

Admission is $5 on Saturday and $2 on Sunday. Families are free on Sunday. The show is open on Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Parking is free. For show updates, visit stampandcoinshow.com.

Name: Mike Walsh
Phone: 1-800-408-0352
Email: info@trajan.ca
Web: http://www.stampandcoinshow.com

Sep
18

2021 Calgary Numismatic Society’s Fall Money Fair. The show hours: Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm & Sunday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Admission $5.00 for adults and Free for youth 16 and under. Dealers from across Canada in attendance. 55 Dealer tables on site along a Coin Kid’s table with handouts. Lots of FREE parking and Show location is fully accessible. There are hourly door prizes given away, along with a Gold coin as the major door prize. Hotel restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch.

Name: James A. Williston
Phone: 403-461-2663
Email: jawilliston@shaw.ca
Web: http://www.calgarynumismaticsociety.org

Sep
25

The annual Guelph Fall Coin Show is open from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Admission is $2, and each attendee will receive a coupon for free admission to the Toronto Coin Expo the following week. Free level parking, fully accessible and with a legendary lunch counter. Coins, banknotes, tokens, Canadian Tire money, medals, books and supplies will be offered at more than 35 dealer tables, featuring some of Canada and Europe’s top numismatic dealers plus free appraisals – don’t give your collection away to those bandits operating out of hotels. There will also be a club table promoting the host South Wellington Coin Society.

Name: Mike Hollingshead
Phone: 519-823-2646
Email: cholling@uoguelph.ca
Web: http://www.southwellingtoncoinsociety.com

Sep
25

Medicine Hat Coin & Stamp Show. 2055 21 Ave SE. Different location this year because of Covid. New location is in the Auditorium of the Stampede Grounds, (north entrance of Cyprus Centre) Lots of room to maintain Covid restrictions. Buy, Sell, Trade, or if time permits appraisals also. Door prices. Free Parking, Admission $ 2:00. children with parent Free. One Day only, 10:00am to 4:00pm. Vendors Welcome.

Name: Ron
Phone: 403-526-5158
Email: medhatcsc@live.com
Web: http://www.mhcasc.ca

Oct
1

Join us at Canada’s premier coin and banknote show and auction, representing Canada, U.S. and worldwide currencies. There will be 55 internationally renowned coin and banknote dealer tables on the bourse. Buy, sell, trade and get appraisals with internationally renowned dealers in coins, banknotes, tokens, medals, militaria, gold, silver and jewelry. Located on the second floor of the Toronto Reference Library, the show will be open Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is $6, and children under the age of 16 are free. You are sure to find a one-of-a-kind coin or banknote treasures! Saturday will feature free educational workshops, which will teach attendees what collecting is all about. A youth workshop starts at 10 a.m. with a youth auction at 1 p.m. There will also be a full live auction by Geoffrey Bell Auctions.

Name: Jared Stapleton
Phone: 647-403-7334
Email: torontocoinexpo@gmail.com
Web: http://www.torontocoinexpo.ca

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