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PNNA Tukwila (Seattle) Coin Show THIS WEEKEND!

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I'll be heading off to the PNNA Tukwila show which starts on Friday and goes through Sunday (May 2-4, 2014) - who else is going?




85 local, regional and national numismatic dealer booths. See the 2014 convention program and dealer list (PDF file) – find your favorite dealer's location on the bourse floor before you arrive at the show!

The dealer list is also available as a separate HTML webpage.


ANACS (grading service) will be at the show again in 2014! Look for them on the bourse floor!

Note: ANACS accepts submissions but a grader will not be present at the show.


Public show hours: Friday Noon - 7:00 PM, Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM, Sunday 10 AM - 4 PM.


Admission $2.00 per day, $5.00 for all three days. Children 12 and under are free.


"Early Bird" admission (9:00 AM Fri/Sat/Sun) $30.00.


Convention program/map handed out with paid admission.


Plenty of free off-street parking. – See the driving directions.


Located just 10 minutes from SeaTac Airport and 20 minutes from downtown Seattle.


Oldest and biggest coin show in the Pacific Northwest.


Free sample copies of The Nor'wester available, or view the PDF file.


Educational Numismatic Theater presentations and meetings on Saturday.


Outstanding competitive collector exhibits, and a club table in the exhibit area.


Young numismatist (YN) treasure hunt. See Young Numismatist (YN) program information.


Boy and Girl Scout programs – See scouting page.


Hourly door prizes.


Medals for the ANA 2015 Portland show will likely be ready for sale (more info coming soon), and there will be souvenir elongated coins with a new design, and you can make your own with the PNNA’s “penny press.”




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Sounds like a nice local show -- the kind that can try new approaches to show organization and public outreach.

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