Michael Boyer, Vic Bozarth, Michael Grant, Leo Frese, Carl Schwenker, Richie Self, Gene Wheeler, & Debbie Williams.
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It is always difficult when one of the coin fraternity passes away.
Steve Sanders was a rare coin and bullion dealer from the Dallas/Fort Worth area who also attended the national circuit of coin show.
He recently passed away from cancer and is remembered by others in the numismatic trade.
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55th annual Texas Numismatic Association Convention Coin and Currency Show
Fort Worth, Texas
The 55th annual Texas Numismatic Association Convention Coin and Currency Show was held in Fort Worth, Texas at the Will Rogers Memorial Center.
TNA was founded in 1960 and is the largest coin club in the state. Each year they sponsor a coin convention that brings collectors and dealers from all over the country to buy, sell, and trade.
This year’s convention was one of the largest in recent times featuring more than 200 dealer booths.
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Thanks for the tribute to a great American. Steve was “The Best” and my all-time favorite coin dealer. Steve always had the best coins, the best advice and the best deal, regardless of whether you were buying or selling. Everybody loved Steve because he was trustworthy, honest and dependable. If I could be a coin dealer, I’d want to be just like Steve. There’s a big hole in the numismatic heart of Texas, and I’m sure that many more than Steve’s family and close friends will miss him dearly. God rest your soul Steve, you touched more people than most of us will ever know.
We attended the Long Beach coin show many times and had the pleasure to meet Steve Sanders and do business with him. We also had something in common in that we were both stationed Special Forces Tay Ninh, detachment B32 in Vietnam, 67/68. We really liked Steve and were so sorry to hear about his death. David Bauer