Security remains a major concern and priority for Canada’s numismatic dealers. “I have scrolled through all the emails involving CAND (Canadian Association of Numismatic Dealers) and re-read my president’s report from last year. The resounding theme over the last 12 months is security, security, and security,” association president Michael Findlay said at the annual general meeting. “We are constant targets,” Findlay added during the meeting held on Jan. 27 as part of CAND’s annual convention, which included a two-day coin show at the downtown Sheraton in Hamilton. “We are targets at shows, on our way home, in our stores and/or offices. Mitigating risk is our task and dilemma.” Continue reading →
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