By the Georgia Numismatic Association….
In Dalton, GA from April 17-19, 2015 rare U.S. coins and paper money will be on display at the Georgia Numismatic Association (GNA) 51st Convention coin show held at the Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center. The American Numismatic Association (ANA) will have its ANA Road Show at this coin show. A special display area with rare Georgia coins and paper money from the Money Museum and ANA staff will be at the convention center.
The United States Mint will also be at the show with exhibits and sales of mint products.–including the new 2015 American Buffalo one-ounce gold bullion coin and the Bess Truman First Spouse half-ounce gold bullion coin.
Free appraisals of coins, paper money, medals etc. will be given during the Road Show. The GNA 51st Convention will also have over 325 tables with over 500 coin dealers selling and buying rare coins, paper money, medals, tokens, gold and silver coins, and many other related items. There will also be many coin displays in the exhibit area prepared by GNA members. The GNA coin show is one of the 10 largest non-profit coin shows in the country. There will be a number of coin grading services at the coin show available to evaluate coins.
Location and Hours:
For additional convention information: www.gamoney.org.
On Saturday, April 18 at 9:30 am there will be a free Boy Scouts merit badge program. All Boy Scouts are invited to come.
On Saturday, April 18 at 1:00 pm, there will be a free special young people’s program including a short presentation on coin collecting. Every person 18 years and younger will receive free some items like coins, medals, tokens, paper money, coin books, coin folders, or other related
items donated by GNA members and coin dealers.
The GNA 51st Convention coin show is open to the public and there is no admission fee, but due to security requirements all people must register for a name badge and people 18 years and older must show a government-issued photo identification. Security will be provided by both
local police and private security service 24 hours a day during the convention.
The nonprofit American Numismatic Association (ANA) is the nation’s largest coin collecting organization. Founded in 1891 and charted by the U.S. Congress, the ANA provides education, public service and fellowship to members and non-members. The GNA is a member club of the ANA. More information can be on their web site: www.money.org.