Volume 56#24

March 5 – March 18, 2019

Canadian Association of Numismatic Dealers (CAND) President Michael Findlay said the association’s mandate includes promoting numismatics ‘to the public so that we can foster new collectors.’

CAND planning for future with youth, crime initiatives

The Canadian Association of Numismatic Dealers (CAND) is honing its services in an effort to bolster the hobby in Canada and abroad. The association is coming off an “excellent” annual convention, which was held this January in Hamilton, Ont., kicking off the Canadian year in numismatics, said CAND President Michael Findlay. “We had a huge crowd attending this first major show in Canada for 2019. All the dealers I talked to were very pleased with their sales, and collectors were happy to get out after a two-month break in shows,” said Findlay, who’s also the editor of CCN Trends as well as the founder and publisher of the Canadian Coin Dealer Newsletter. Continue reading →

Features
Post-reformation tokens widespread in past centuries
Page 1
Trajan’s national show returning this March
Page 1
Regina Coin Show to feature early 20th-century First Nations medals
Page 28
Pre-decimal tokens used extensively across Newfoundland, Labrador
Page 29

Regulars
CCN Trends
Focus on Canadian $1 and $2
Page 20
CCN Marketplace
Are you buying or selling?
Page 30
Show & Bourse
Check out the shows in your area
Page 33
Columns
Tim Grawey
Colonial Tokens
Lower Canada, New Brunswick tokens muled
Page 8
John Regitko
Errors & Varieties
New presses at Winnipeg plant a detriment to error hobby
Page 10

Jeff Fournier
Numismatic Fringe
Canada 150 medals struck by several MPs
Page 14
Stanley Clute
Ancient Money
‘12 Caesars’ include great examples of celator’s art
Page 16

Sean Sinclair
Commemorative Coins
Fleeting Canadian Tire coins an interesting specialty
Page 26
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