THE COIN AND COLLECTIBLE FAIR COMING WITH MILLIONS OF DOLLARS ON EXHIBIT!

 

THE COIN AND COLLECTIBLE FAIR COMING

WITH MILLIONS OF DOLLARS ON EXHIBIT!

“We’re expecting this year’s Coin and Collectible Fair, to be spectacular” says Jon Lerner,

Bourse Chairman and well-known coin dealer. “With over 100 national dealers, plus fun and rare educational exhibits, contests and prizes, this exhibition of money is tailor made for both casual and serious coin collectors. Literally tens of thousands of coins will be bought, sold and traded. This is the largest exhibitions of its type in New York and we are expecting over 1,000 people to attend”

“What Woodstock was to music in 1969 and what Comic Con is to comic book collectors…well that is what the Coin and Collectible Fair is equal to among coin collectors” said Chris Imperato owner of the Monumental Group on of Long Islands largest coin stores.

Coin and Collectible Fair will be held at the Mount Kisco Holiday Inn on One Holiday Inn Road, Mount Kisco, Sunday, December 16th. Public Hours are as follows: Sunday, 9am-3pm. Admission is Free. Parking is Free

According to Lerner, attendees are going to be in for a special treat this year. “We’ll have a great exhibit of one of the most important documents in the history of the United States on display,” he said. “An extraordinary early Stone printing copy of the Declaration of Independence” with an insured value of over $100,000

It was an official act taken by all 13 American colonies in declaring independence from British rule . The Declaration of Independence was originally written by Thomas Jefferson. Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and Jefferson then worked together to make changes to the document. The final draft of the Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776, but the actual signing of the final document was on August 2, 1776.

 

Attendees will be able to view many other exhibits about many subjects including plastic money and Coins from Space.! “Do to the high caliber of our exhibitors, we’re expecting a lot of very serious coin collectors from across the country to attend,” Lerner said. “However, there are a lot of exhibits for people just getting started in coin collecting, or who want to build their collections. Kids are welcome, too. It’s not only a fun experience for them, but an educational one as well,” he added.  We will have a special coin presentation and show at Noon for all the Young Numismatics “YN’s” with giveaways.

Sunday 9 a.m. – The first 100 people will receive a very special numismatic gift just for attending!

 

Additional information on Coin and Collectible Fair may be found at www.CoinAndCollectibleFair.com

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