Volume 58 – #19

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Volume 58#19

December 22 – January 4, 2021

This October, for the first time in the group’s 70-year history, the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association hosted its annual general meeting online.

RCNA remains stable in spite of pandemic

Despite the unprecedented cancellation of its annual convention this year, the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association (RCNA) remains active in planning for a future beyond the pandemic. The cancellation of the RCNA’s flagship event was top of mind for officials at this year’s annual general meeting (AGM), which was held virtually – another first for the group – on Oct. 15. About 35 of the RCNA’s roughly 1,200 members tuned in to the recent AGM to discuss, among other things, the pandemic’s impact on Canadian numismatics. “Obviously, we lost revenue from the cancelled convention this year,” said RCNA Executive Secretary Paul Johnson, who added the RCNA ended its fiscal year in June with a $2,600 loss. Continue reading →

‘Friends of Keewatin’ raising funds to preserve S.S. Keewatin
Page 1
Diamond-studded coin among RCM's final 2020 issues
Page 33

CCN Trends
Focus on Canadian $1 and $2
Page 24
CCN Marketplce
Are you buying or selling?
Page 30
Show & Bourse
Check out the shows in your area
Page 33
Stanley Clute
Ancient Money
Ancient Tarentum coinage worthy of collection, study
Page 8
John Regitko
Errors & Varieties
Common Lincoln cents 'without mint mark' touted as rarities
Page 10

Tim Grawey
Colonial Tokens
James Duncan supplied tokens to P.E.I.
Page 12

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