The annual Watchung Hills Coin Show to be held Sunday April 8th (10 a.m. to 3 p.m.) at the Elks Lodge #1068, 375 Union Ave. (Rt. 28), Bridgewater, NJ is the only show sponsored by a local coin club in Central New Jersey (Free Admission and Parking). Young Numismatists are welcome. The show is the ideal one-stop shopping venue for sellers, as well as buyers. For those wishing to sell a few pieces, the show provides the opportunity for an on-the-spot evaluation. Dealers are on a constant lookout for marketable material to service clients and replenish inventory. Individuals with collections for sale can stroll through the show, meet with one or more dealers, ask questions, pick up business cards and make appointments for appraisals. With over 30 dealers, the show offers a wide range of numismatic (and sometimes philatelic) merchandise including domestic and foreign coins, paper money, medals, tokens, bullion, scrap precious metal, numismatic supplies, and literature.
Watchung Hills Coin Club, 36th Annual Coin Show
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