Volume 61 – #07

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Volume 61#07

July 4 – July 17, 2023

Laval/North Shore Coin Club President Stephane Lamont, left, with Vice-President Michel Robert.

Laval/North Shore Coin Club ‘dynamic’

The Laval/North Shore Coin Club (LNSCC) was founded in 2016 by Michel Robert and Stephane Lamont. Since then, it has never looked back, gathering members and growing as it continues to move forward. Montreal’s Laval/North Shore region is massive but offered no options to coin collectors spread out over more than 25 municipalities. In the club’s first year, Robert points out there were 25 to 30 people attending meetings on a regular basis. He notes members were eager to meet and eager to learn more. Continue reading →

Former Toronto Argo dived into collecting coins
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Numismatist ‘honoured’ to acquire St. Eligius museum
Page 1
Coins, banknotes, sports cards stolen from Niagara home
Page 6
RCNA symposium topics range from brewery to shipwrecks
Page 14
Silver coins celebrate the life of Elizabeth II
Page 15
World-first black nickel-plated coin wins top honour
Page 24
Authors’ Alley in Halifax will spotlight six books
Page 26

Pick Our Brain
Do you have a collecting question?
Page 6
Focus on Canadian 10 cents
Page 16
CCN Marketplace
Are you buying or selling?
Page 28
Show & Bourse
Check out the shows in your area
Page 30
Stanley Clute
Ancient Money
Rhodes helped lift Greece from Dark Ages
Page 8
Tim Grawey
Colonial Tokens
No bows create ultra-rare Bouquet Sou
Page 10

John Regitko
Errors & Varieties
There are bargains to be had in online auctions
Page 12

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