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2005 New Hampshire Coin & Currency Expo 9/30-10/2 - ANA Classes

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This year's Third Annual New Hampshire Coin & Currency Expo will be held at the Quality Inn and Wayfarer Convention center in Bedford NH September 30 through October 2. (Set up Sept. 29)


This year's show features over 75 dealers from New England, NY, NJ, PA, and MN.


There will be 2 guest speakers on Saturday (Arthur Fitts, Former ANA Governor, and Prue Fitts, Newly Elected ANA Governor). We will also be having a Young Numismatist program sponsored by NENA (New England Numismatic Association) on Saturday from 10 AM to 12:30 PM. The agenda and topics of the guest speakers can be found on our web site.


The convention center is just south of Manchester NH and about 50 miles north of Boston. There is a free shuttle from the Manchester (MHT) airport to the hotel. A special room rate of $81/night has been secured at the host hotel.


Also, once again the ANA will be offering 2 classes in conjuction with the show...



Wednesday, September 28, 2005 - Detecting Counterfeit and Altered United States Coins


In one-day of intensive hands-on study, you will learn and understand to detect counterfeit and altered coins commonly seen in the marketplace today. All types and denominations of U.S. coins will be discussed with genuine and counterfeit specimens present for hands-on examination and study. There also will be opportunities for group discussion and one-on-one instruction.



Thursday, September 29, 2005 - Grading Coins in Today’s Market


In this highly enriched one-day seminar, you will learn and understand how United States coins should be graded according to the latest ANA and market standards. You will gain confidence in evaluating surface marks, strike, luster, and eye appeal through interactive discussions, group activities, and individual study of hundreds of coins from the ANA grading set.



Each class is $250 with a $50 discount to ANA members and/or a $25 discount to NENA members. You may enroll in one or both classes.


Lead Instructor

Mary Sauvain, professional numismatist, ANA Summer Seminar Grading and Counterfeit Detection instructor and former authenticator, ANA Certification Service.



For more information, visit [L=www.nhcoinexpo.com]http://www.nhcoinexpo.com[/L]. You can obtain a dealer list, get directions, and other show information. The application for the ANA classes are also available to download.



There is 1 8 foot table left ($300), and possibly a second (subject to confirmation). Contact us through the website immediately if you would be interested in setting up. Our 2004 show was a sell-out and we expect 2005 to be the same.



We look forward to seeing you there.


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