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How New Minnesota Coin Dealer Registration Law Affects Dealers in Other States. VIDEO: 3:37

Gary Adkins, Gary Adkins & Associates
Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com……….

Recent legislation in Minnesota requires any business buying or selling more than $5000 to register with the state government, obtain a surety bond and conform to other regulation and oversight.

Find out the implications of this new law from Minnesota dealer, ICTA member, and former Professional Numismatists Guild president Gary Adkins.

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2014 Summer FUN SHOW – Orlando Florida:
The Florida United Numismatists is host of the nation’s largest coin show, held annually at the beginning of January. Over 15,000 collectors and dealers from around the U.S. and the world converge in the sunny climate for the first bellwether gathering of the year.

The Summer FUN coin convention is smaller that the winter show, but still remains a priority venue for the major dealers and local collectors. It also includes  the Summer FUN Heritage Signature coin auction which is an important sale of rare US coins.

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