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Watchung Hills Coin Club Hosting 34th Annual Coin Show and Sale

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Watchung Hills Coin Club will be holding its 34th Annual Coin Show and Sale on Sunday, April 10, 2016.  The show will be held at the Elks Lodge #1068, located on 375 Union Avenue (State Route 28) in Bridgewater, NJ. 

The show is open to the public from 10AM-3PM, and admission is free for all attendees.

The event boasts over 30 dealers and 35+ tables buying and selling United States and foreign coins, United States and foreign paper money, precious metals (bullion), scrap/unwanted gold, tokens and medals, hobby-related supplies, and a few other money-related collectibles.

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“Our club’s annual show is a perfect venue for both collectors and non-collectors,” said Show Chairman Greg Heim.

Though the annual show is club’s largest annual event, its primary platform is to educate collectors of all ages, collecting interests, and levels of experience through its monthly meetings – which are held on the first Tuesday of every month (except August) at the Union Village Methodist Church, 1130 Mountain Ave., Berkeley Heights, NJ.  Meetings start at 7:30PM, with a program for young collectors (under 18) starting at 6:30PM. 

For more information about our show and/or our club, you can contact Greg Heim at his email gsheim1@verizon.net.  You can also visit the club’s Facebook page “Watchung Hills Coin Club”. The Watchung Hills Coin Club is 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.

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