Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Insider, Nov 18, 2020.
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Definitely interested in how attendance is among dealers and the public. Have you gone to this show before ?
It has been 15 years since I attended. There were about 100 tables then, but I don't know how the pandemic will affect the turnout now.
I have a Local Coins Show Thread:
No updates since March 1st right before The Virus took off !
The Cleveland Coin Expo has shows on the 2nd Saturday of each month. There is no show in December but they will resume in January. The venue is St. Michael's Woodside, 5025 Mill Rd., Broadview Heights, OH 44147. It's right off the I-77 Wallings Rd. exit. They usually have about 60 or so tables. I went there last Saturday. They had a decent turnout.
About the same number of dealers and attendees, pre-virus ? More ? Less ?
Keep covered up.
Nashua NH monthly show is on for Dec 6.
Mask wearing requirements and lower room capacity limits are in place.
The coin shows I have been to have NOT had huge crowds akin to other shows like hunting, RV, and in years past, baseball card shows.
The aisles at FUN were not crowded...the monthly Parsippany, NJ show has probably more dealers in the room than from the public...and some other tiny shows don't have 10 people at the shows which is still less than tables/dealers.
On a more positive note, I attended the Zoom meeting of the John Reich Collectors Society (JRCS) which was interesting. 39 people were in attendance and the topic was a proposed study of cuds in the silver capped bust coinage.
I had previously attended a Zoom meeting of the Liberty Seated Collectors Club (LSCC) and that was also well-attended.
The Melville Long Island show had about 15 tables and was crowded the Sunday before last.
All the best for your wife. Take good care of her.
Thanks, I will. I've been cooking for her and am about to go get some drugs for her. I am also, and this is what really shows marital dedication, feeding and cleaning up after her cats.
about the same. A few months ago the attendance was down a bit but they had a decent amount of people this time.
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