U.S. Mint Resources on Coin Collecting PCGS Guide to Coin Prices
National Numismatics Association Numismatic News
American Numismatic Society Royal Numismatic Society of the U.K.
National Numismatic Collection of the Smithsonian Institution
Florida United Numismatists International Numismatic Council
The Numismatic Bibliomania Society Numismatics International
Numismatics Entry at The Catholic Encyclopedia Women in Numismatics
The American Israel Numismatics Association Texas Numismatic Association Inc.
New York International Numismatic Convention Pacific Coast Numismatic Society
University of Virginia Numismatic Collection Indiana State Numismatics Association
Handbook of Biblical Numismatics at the Jewish-American Hall of Fame
Kansas Numismatics Association World Internet Numismatics Association
Tennessee State Numismatic Society South Carolina Numismatic Association
Pacific Northwest Numismatic Association Story of Numismatics at the Vatican
Numismatics Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Our regular monthly auctions (January through November) feature both US and foreign coins and currency, tokens, medals and bullion. Some items are complete collections while others are merely a sample or numismatic literature. We ask that each of the lots be valued at a minimum of $5.00, but more valuable items may have a reserve set. We appreciate the variety and spectrum of numismatics that are offered for auction each month. Anyone attending may bid on items; only members may place lots in the auction.
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(No January Collect-o-Rama Auction because the coin show week.)
On months that we have a fifth Tuesday, we feature a special auction night. We call these special auctions "Collect-o-rama Auctions" because we offer everyone the opportunity to have other non-numismatic items in the auction. We often collect more than coins and currency! We have had comic books, sports cards, golf clubs, literature works, potted plants, figurines, glassware, framed prints, sports cards, spoon collections, knives, special boxes, storage items, and safes. We even had a pick-up truck! We are willing to feature everything and anything except guns. No firearms are permitted in the auction, but there have been numerous items of interest that are well beyond coins and currency.