The Week in Shows (March 10-16)

There is only one major coin show taking place this week.

Today is the final day of the Edmonton Coin Show and Sale, which is being hosted by the Edmonton Numismatic Society at the Howard Johnson Hotel on 15540 Stoney Plain Rd., in Edmonton.

Open today from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., the show features dealers from across Canada, a silent auction for adults, a free youth auction and more. Admission is $5,  but children under the age of 16 are free.

CCN is among the dealers on the bourse this weekend.


Looking forward to next week, there’s only one major show on the docket: the National Postage Stamp and Coin Show is set to return to Mississauga on March 23-24.

Featuring about 50 leading numismatic and philatelic dealers from across Canada, the show is held in the hotel’s 9,000-square-foot Graydon Hall.

Show highlights include a two-day live auction by Colonial Acres; a full slate of educational seminars; and a “Young Collectors” table and free youth auction.

For more information about the two-day show, which is presented by CCN and Canadian Stamp News, visit

For more information about other upcoming shows, visit our “Events” page or look out for our Canadian Coin and Stamp Show Planner 2019, which is a comprehensive handbook-sized listing of all local, regional and national shows in Canada as well as major international shows abroad.

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