The Week in Shows (Oct. 2-Oct. 8)

This week’s numismatic events begin today in Windsor, Ont., with the 12th Annual Essex County Coin Show and Sale.

Held at the Riverside Sportsman Club on 10835 Riverside Dr. E., this annual show and sale is co-sponsored by the Essex County Coin Club and Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA). It runs from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and includes free admission with a donation to the CDA. There will be more than 20 tables buying and selling Canadian, U.S. and World coins, tokens and paper money as well as Mint products, coin supplies, war medals, vintage watches, and bullion.

MANITOBA

Today is also the final day of the Manitoba Coin Club‘s annual Coin, Stamp and Collectibles Show. Held at the Sunova Centre on 48 Holland Rd., in West St. Paul, Man., the show features a diverse bourse; a selection of exhibits (including one by award-winning numismatist James Astwood); free prizes; as well as ample free parking. Admission is $5 a day.

As one of the oldest numismatic associations in Western Canada, the Manitoba Coin Club was founded in 1954 and became a charter member of the Canadian Numismatic Association (now the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association, or RCNA) in 1955. The club has sponsored the RCNA Convention in 1966, 1982 and 2013.

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