Brandon Coin Show Update

Nice turnout in the heat/humidity of a Florida summer. While not turning cartwheels, dealers were satisfied with the number of collectors and sales volumes in the Club Traditional venue at the Elks Club in Brandon. Read More …

Brandon Coin Club Show 6/24/2017

Come join Carmen and I at the Brandon Coin Club…show hours are 9AM to 3PM There will be about 30 dealers with an excellent inventory covering just about all numismatic interest. I will have a Read More …

Getting Started in Coin Collecting -Burton Hobson 1961, 1970

Written in the heart of a major coin collecting boom, this 123 page book provides an excellent outline of collecting methods, processes and topics of interest. Nicely illustrated , with brief descriptions of different aspects, Read More …

Special Services at the Greater Jacksonville Coin

Good shows attract the best amenities and convenience for show attendees.

Merit Badge Training at the Greater Jacksonville Coin Club Show

One of the principal functions of the Greater Jacksonville Coin Club is to share knowledge and breadth to numismatics and to provide the foundation for the collector/dealers of the future. The club sponsors an annual Read More …

How to use this site..

Originally, when I sent this site up it was to be a blog to host regular articles and postings, which it did, combined with a store to make coins, currency and tokens available, with a Read More …

Greater Jacksonvile Coin Club 6/3-5 Show Recap

Recap of the show….66 dealers from as far as Texas and South Carolina…some from Georgia, mainly Florida.. Everyone was happy with the outcome except for one guy who was really disappointed ( he was one Read More …

Rare Wisconsin Scrip from the Mover Capital of the World

An extraordinarily rare piece from a Medford merchant scrip issued in 1862. Unlisted in Chester Krause’s Wisconsin Obsoletes Book, with no Google search responses, the note is possibly unique. Price on Request. Medford, a small town Read More …

Colonials-Fragments 12 pieces

Incredibly interesting grouping of colonial currency fragments from the 1750s-1780s. Delaware,  Maryland, Rhode Island, elephant, horse, lion  and egret vignettes, shillings,ten shillings, 2/3 thirds of a dollar, a dollar, 4 dollars, all represented in this fascinating assortment. Read More …

Game ON

It is interesting to watch people watch a world-wide financial crisis unfold and take no action whatsoever to protect themselves from what they know is coming and the outcome which is so crystal clear. I Read More …