The Week in Shows (Nov. 12-18)

There are four shows on the docket this week.

Today is the final day of the Fall/Winter 2017 Edmonton Coin Show and Sale hosted by the Edmonton Numismatic Society at the Howard Johnson Hotel on 15540 Stony Plain Rd. in Edmonton, Alta. The show boasts a wide selection of material from Canada, the U.S. and around the world, including medieval and ancient coins as well as paper money, tokens, medals, bullion and collecting supplies. For time piece enthusiasts, the Edmonton Watch Club also has a booth on the bourse, where they are offering appraisals and information about various time pieces throughout history.

In addition to the bourse with dealers from across Canada, the show includes coin and medal displays; door prizes (including a draw for a gold coin); and a silent auction for adults. The show will be open today from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Admission is $5, and children aged 16 and under are free. Parking is also free.


Today is the final day of Postalia Fall 2017, which is being held at the SFPQ banquet hall on 5100 Boul. des Gradins in Québec City, Qué. The exhibition and show includes 25 dealers of various material. The bourse will be open from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and admission and parking are free. The event is co-ordinated by five regional hobby organizations, including:


The Windsor Coin Club will host its 56th Annual Fall Coin Show at the Caboto Club on 2175 Parent Ave. in Windsor, Ont. The show will be open from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and feature 39 dealer tables. Admission is $1 (althoguh “juniors” are free when accompanied by an adult). Free parking is available on site.


Rounding out the week in shows is Torex, which will return to the Hyatt Regency Toronto on 370 King St. W. for two days of numismatic action with more than 40 dealers from across Canada.

Located in downtown Toronto’s entertainment district, the show will be open on Nov. 18 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and on Nov. 19 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Daily admission $7, but children aged 16 and under are free.

The Canadian Numismatic Company (TCNC) will also be returning to Torex to host the November 2017 Torex Auction. This auction of more than 1,800 numismatic lots features five major collections joined by selections from 55 other consignors across North America. TCNC will offer the Sainte-Thérèse Collection of Canadian coins, tokens and banknotes as well as the continuation of the Phil Harter Collection of banknotes.

To view the auction catalogue, click here.

Bakalos, Kostas Bluenose Coins & Currency BC
Bell, Brian Geoffrey Bell Auctions NB
Campbell, Sandy Proof Positive NS
Chapados, Clément Clément Chapados QC
Chicoine, Yvon Monnaie De Versailles Inc QC
Cornwell, Brian ICCS ON
Faghfoury, Mostafa Cyrus Coins ON
Findlay, Michael Certified Coins of Canada ON
Grecco, Andy Andy Grecco ON
Heverly, Cliff NICS IL
Iorio, Joe J & M Coin & Jewellery Ltd. BC
Johnson, Paul RCNA ON
Jones, Greg Lighthouse NS
Kokotailo, Robert Calgary Coin and Antique Galleries AB
Koolhaas, Paul Paul Koolhaas ON
Kosowan, Morris Classic Cash AB
Kovacevic, Svetolik Ancient Numismatic Enterprise ON
Laperle, Phillipe Lighthouse Publications ON
Leardi, Frank Frank Leardi ON
Machaj, Tomasz London Coin Centre ON
Marshall, Ian Ian Marshall ON
McKaig, Andrew Andrew McKaig AB
Milanov, Milan Pella Ancient Coins & Antiquities ON
Miller, Gary Londinium Coins ON
Nienhuis, Henry RCNA ON
Osaduke, Ron 2329993 Ontario Inc.. ON
Pacquet, Eric Canadian Numismatic Auction Co. QC
Powell, Hugh NewCan Numismatics BC
Sebag, Gabriel House of Coins QC
Simpson, Richard R&S Coins ON
Smith, Christina Christina Smith ON
Smith,George Traders Goldcorp ON
Verret, Marc Canadian Numismatic Auction Co. QC
Walsh, Mike Canadian Coin News ON
Ziaian, Pourya Northern Bazaar ON

There will be also be a daily Torex raffle for a Royal Canadian Mint 2017 specimen set, which will be drawn at 4 p.m. on Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.

For more information about upcoming shows, visit our “Events” page.

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