Coming up quickly is the deadline for consigning coins, tokens, medals and paper money to our auction in connection with the Whitman Coins & Collectibles Expo to be held in Baltimore in mid November. A grand event is planned – one that will attract worldwide attention.
A special focus will be coins and related items from colonial and early American times. Silver coins from the Massachusetts Bay Colony; copper coins of Vermont, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Massachusetts; tokens and medals relating to George Washington and other specialties will be highlighted. The Colonial Coin Collectors Club (C4), formed in 1993 by Michael Hodder, has grown into a dynamic association in the intervening 20 years. Today its journal and its annual meetings are highlights for members. For the first time this November, the annual meeting will be held in conjunction with the Whitman show, a change in venue from Boston. Draw a 500-mile circle around Baltimore and the vast majority of active numismatists are included.
If you are thinking of selling your collection, duplicates, or other items in the early American series, we would be delighted to present them in conjunction with special cataloging on behalf of C4. Over a long period of years we have sold at auction more colonial and early American coins than any other rare coin auction firm. In the process many records have been established.
Let our success be your success. Contact one of Stack’s Bowers’ consignment directors to include your colonial or early American items to our upcoming Baltimore sale.