On March 2 and 3, 2019, the iconic coin convention NUMISMATA in Munich took place for the 52nd time. More than 4,500 visitors in total attended the event over the course of both days to get a chance to peruse everything bourse floor dealers had to offer. The 272 exhibitors were more than happy.

NUMISMATA in Munich has become an essential entry in the calendar of every serious world coin dealer and collector. It is a place where all fields of numismatics and all price ranges are represented. Whether you are looking for a valuable five-digit collector’s item or a German 2 euro commemorative coin; whether you are interested in antiquity, the medieval period or contemporary coins and medals; whether you prefer large auction houses or small one-man businesses; whether you need accessories, literature or services – NUMISMATA in Munich is renowned for covering the entire numismatic range of coin dealers and auction houses from all over Europe.

The above-mentioned exhibitors were very pleased with their turnover. The ones offering gold in the form of bullion coins were particularly well frequented. The gold price had dropped the day before, which resulted in a considerably higher demand for bullion coins.

Those who deal in classical numismatics were also happy about the brisk demand. The 4,500 people who attended NUMISMATA came to buy, not just to look.

For the first time, an auction was held in the context of NUMISMATA. The Hamburg-based auction house Emporium Hamburg seized the opportunity to present an interesting and broad choice of classical numismatics. In response to the request of many collectors, who had had to choose between making use of the important first hours of the coin convention or attending the auction this year, the time of the auction at future events will now be reconsidered.

Because even though NUMISMATA is already the favorite convention of a wide audience, the organizers Angela and Erich Modes continuously seek to optimize the event. During the 2019 convention, a survey was conducted among dealers. They were asked if they would like a change in the event’s length. While a few attendees stated they would prefer three or just one day, the vast majority of dealers agreed that two days are just right. The shorter opening hours on Sunday, which already ends at 3:00 pm, allow for a comfortable return home on the same day.

Hence, marking your calendar for the next NUMISMATA in Munich is already well worth it. It will take place on March 7-8, 2020. And if you do not want to wait that long, you can attend the NUMISMATA in Berlin on October 12-13 or the NUMISMATA in Frankfurt on November 22-23, 2019.

More information is available at:

NUMISMATA International
Münzen Modes
Reichenbachstraße 17
81469 Munich
Germany

Phone: +49 (0) 89 26 83 59
Fax: +49 (0) 89 260 90 60
Email: info@numismata.de

www.numismata.de

 

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