There are six major shows taking place across three provinces and one U.S. state this week.
Today is the final day of Nuphilex, which is being held at a new venue, the McGill New Residence Hall on 3625 Parc Ave., in Montréal.
The bourse is open to the public today from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., and admission is free.
TROYAK CLUB SHOW
Also being held today is the Mississauga Coin and Stamp Show, which returns to the John Paul II Polish Cultural Centre on 4300 Cawthra Rd., in Mississauga.
Sponsored by the Troyak Club, the show will be open from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and feature more than 30 dealers across 60 tables of material, including Canadian and world stamps, banknotes, coins and hobby supplies.
TWO MICHIGAN SHOWS
There are also two shows being held in Michigan this week.
First up is today’s 57th Annual Spring Coin Show, which is being hosted by the Northwest Detroit Coin Club at the Livonia Senior Center on 15218 Farmington Rd., in Livonia, which is only about 30 minutes from the Canada-U.S. border in Windsor, Ont. With the theme of “Knowledge Through Collecting,” this year’s show will feature 46 tables with dealers of both U.S. and worldwide coins and currency. The show is open from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. and admission and parking are free.
Later this week, on March 7, Michigan’s largest coin and currency show—the Dearborn Coin and Currency Show—will be held at the Dearborn Performing Arts Center on 15801 Michigan Ave., in Dearborn, which is even closer to Windsor. For more information, visit dearborncoinshow.com.
On March 9-10, the Edmonton Coin Show and Sale will be hosted by the Edmonton Numismatic Society at the Howard Johnson Hotel on 15540 Stoney Plain Rd., in Edmonton.
Open on Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., the show will feature 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 will be travelling from our headquarters in Welland, Ont., to man a table on the bourse this weekend.
Open from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., the show boasts free admission and more than 50 dealer tables of coins, paper money, tokens, medals, trade dollars, official Royal Canadian Mint products, hobby supplies, reference books and more.
A portion of the show proceeds will be donated to charity.
Looking forward to next week, there’s only one major show on the docket—the final day of the Edmonton Coin Show and Sale—on March 10.
For more information about 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.