Agenda

We are always looking for people to give presentations or coin clubs that want to meet or hold meetings. Please contact us for more information.

All meetings are free with admission and open to the public.
Meetings are held across the hall from the expo center in the Webster room.

Friday March 29  12:00 PM to 12:45 PM  

C4 – Colonial Coin Collectors Club

C4 will hold an open meeting. Members, spouses, friends, and all who are interested in Early American Colonial Coins, are invited to attend.
Presented by Tom Gesner, Vice President, Region 2

Friday March 29  1:00 PM to 1:45 PM  

Early American Coppers Club    LINK

The Early American Coppers club will hold an open meeting. Members, spouses, friends, and all who are interested in Early American Copper Colonials, Large Cents, Half Cents, etc, are invited to attend.

Bob (“The Large Cent Guy”) Stephan will present “Call the Exterminator, I think we have mice”.

David Donahue will be presenting “Custom Coin Albums”.

Presented by Tim Skinski, New England Regional Chairman and Kevin Winn, New England Regional Secretary

Friday March 29  2:00 PM to 2:45 PM  

Joint regional meeting, Liberty Seated Collectors Club (LSCC) and Barber Coin Collector’s Society (BCCS)

A short presentation by John Frost and Joe Casazza

Everyone is welcome, and anyone having an interest in Liberty Seated or Barber coinage is encouraged to attend. A great learning opportunity!

At the club table, the Liberty Seated Collectors Club will have key date coins of all Liberty Seated series, Half Dimes through Trade Dollars, including rare and unique pieces.
The Barber Coin Collectors Society will have a display of Barber coins discovered buried under a house in southern New Hampshire, along with Barber designs on coinage from Hawaii, Cuba, and Panama.  Plus, an all-time favorite, “the blob” will be on display – 5 Barber half dollars and 2 Morgan dollars fused together during the Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906.

Saturday March 30  10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

The New England Numismatic Association (NENA) Young Numismatist Children’s Program is an engaging and educational initiative that introduces young enthusiasts to the fascinating world of coin collecting. One of the standout components of this program is the exploration of US Nickels by Donat Charon. The program is free of charge and pre-registration is encouraged. Register here.