Raleigh Money Expo Hits a Homerun

The Raleigh Money Expo The Raleigh Coin Club just completed their annual show known as the Raleigh Money Expo. By all accounts it was a huge success. Like all club shows, there are multiple constituencies when you put on a show: the club, the public, the dealers. And in this…

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Raleigh Money Expo in June!

The long-awaited return of the Raleigh Coin Club annual show, known as The Raleigh Money Expo, will soon be here. Join us June 18-20 at the NC State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. Doors open at 10am each day.   Free parking and free admission for all show attendees. This is the largest show…

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Jacksonville Coin Show Around The Corner!

North Carolina’s Jacksonville-Camp Lejeune Coin Club will be hosting their coin show on Saturday and Sunday November 14 & 15, 2020, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The show is located at 103 North Plain Road just off the Western Blvd. Extension behind Batteries Plus in Jacksonville. Dealers will be…

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NCNA Pulls Off a Successful Show!

We are pleased that the NCNA Convention & Coin Show, held as always the first weekend in October, was a success! If you made it to the show, we hope you enjoyed yourself. There was an excellent group of approximately 70 coin dealers set up at the show, coming from…

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NCNA Show is a Go!!!

We are pleased to announce that the NCNA Convention & Coin Show is on for October 2nd – 4th! We hope you can join us as we have an excellent group of approximately 70 coin dealers set up at the show, coming from 9 different states. Please be aware there…

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2020 NCNA Convention & Coin Show On As Scheduled!

Many of you have inquired on the status of the 2020 NCNA Convention & Coin Show. As of today’s writing, we are still planning to have the show on October 2-4 as scheduled! However, we are monitoring the situation very closely. Perry Siegel, our bourse chair, has been working with the NCNA…

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YN Program

Hello. To all the Young Numismatists, and all of you who are young at heart, let me introduce myself.  I am the new YN coordinator for NCNA, Bob Pedolsky. Over the past 15 years or so, I have been the YN coordinator of the Charlotte Coin Club. If any of you…

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2019 NCNA Convention & Show Is Huge Success

The 2019 NCNA Convention and Show held at the Cabarrus Arena & Events Center in Concord the first weekend in October was a big success. We’ve received a lot of great feedback from dealers and collectors alike. There were 140 tables with a full slate of coin, stamp, and other…

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High Point Establishes Triad Coin Club

High Point has started a new coin club dubbed the Triad Coin Club. The club was established in November, 2018. President Robert Ward stated their goal was to sign up 20 new members within their first year. The club already boasts 45 members! Residents of High Point, Winston Salem, Lexington,…

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NCNA Convention is Around the Corner!

2019 NCNA Convention & Show Highlights

The 2019 NCNA Convention and Show – the Association’s 61st annual show – will be held the first weekend in October: Friday, Saturday and Sunday October 4-5-6.

The Convention will be held again at the beautiful Cabarrus Arena and Events Center in Concord, NC. The Arena complex is located at 4751 NC Highway 49 N. Show hours are 10:00am to 6:00pm on Friday and Saturday, and from 10:00am to 3:00pm on Sunday. Please note the schedule for the Convention below.

The Convention team has worked hard to put together another outstanding show! The bourse will include 140 dealer tables with numismatic and philatelic treasures from the US and around the world; books and supplies will also be available. Dealers from 10 states are confirmed for this year’s show, so a great variety of material will be available to “fill holes” in most any collection!

Parking Voucher Program

The Arena will likely be charging a parking fee of $5.00 during the Convention. To help offset this expense for attendees, the NCNA has created a voucher program. Upon registering, show attendees will receive a $5.00 voucher that can be used at participating dealers at the show; a list of such dealers will be posted. The vouchers are good for a $5.00 discount on purchases. Please note: 1) Bullion purchases are excluded from the voucher program; 2) Only one voucher per attendee per day; 3) Only one voucher per purchase with minimum $75 purchase – they can’t be combined.).

General Membership Meeting

The annual NCNA General Membership meeting will be held on Saturday, October 5 at 8:30am. The meeting is open to all show attendees – come on out ahead of the bourse’s opening and meet your NCNA Board and hear the latest updates about your Association. A highlight of the meeting will be the NCNA’s annual awards presentations; the awards honor outstanding contributions from numismatists across the state. Installing the 2019-2020 NCNA Board is also a part of the meeting’s agenda. Light refreshments will be provided.

Young Collector’s Zone

On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Bob Pedolsky will be hosting the “Young Collector’s Zone” on the bourse floor. The area will feature a “treasure hunt”, and other fun games educational activities for young collectors. All kids participating in the program will receive free coin prizes! There will also be a Boy Scout Merit Badge Seminar at 11am.


A gold coin raffle will be part of the Convention again this year. Five 1/10th ounce gold coins will be auctioned off on Sunday afternoon (winners need not be present). Tickets are just $1.00 each with six for $5.00. Proceeds go toward the NCNA’s education programs.

Convention Educational Opportunities

The Convention will include an educational exhibit area featuring a range of displays covering many areas of the hobby – coins, bank notes, tokens, medals, etc. will all be on display. The exhibit area will be located down the entire left side of the hall.

Support our exhibitors! Make sure to vote for your favorite exhibit after viewing the displays!

The Convention will also feature three educational seminars on Saturday afternoon; seminars will be held in the draped-off area at the front-left of the hall. Please see the Show Schedule for details.

2019 NCNA Convention & Show Schedule

Friday, October 4

8:00am Dealer & Early Bird Bourse Admittance only

9:30am – 10:00am Early Admittance to Bourse for NCNA members

10:00am – 6:00pm Convention Open to the Public

10:00am – 6:00pm Young Collector’s Zone open – Free Coins for Young Collectors!

6:00pm Convention Closes for the Day

Saturday, October 5

8:00am Dealer & Early Bird Bourse Admittance only

8:30am – 9:30am NCNA General Membership Meeting

9:30am – 10:00am Early Admittance to Bourse for NCNA members

10:00am – 6:00pm Convention Open to the Public

10:00am – 6:00pm Young Collector’s Zone open – Free Coins for Young Collectors!

11:00am Boy Scout Merit Badge Seminar

Bob Pedolsky

1:00pm Educational Seminar

“The Three Flying Eagles” by Paul Horner

2:00pm Educational Seminar

“Exploring Biblical Coins” by Tom Wood

3:00pm Educational Seminar

“The Gold Coin Mints of North Carolina” by

David Boitnott & Danny Freeman

6:00pm Convention Closes for the Day

Sunday, October 6

8:00am Dealer & Early Bird Bourse Admittance only

9:30am – 10:00am Early Admittance to Bourse for NCNA members

10:00am – 6:00pm Convention Open to the Public

10:00am – 3:00pm Young Collector’s Zone open – Free Coins for Young Collectors!

3:00pm Convention Closes for the Day

3:00pm Five drawings 1/10 oz. Gold Eagles


The North Carolina Numismatic Association (NCNA) was formed in 1959 to bring together
individuals, clubs and similar organizations that share a common interest in the collecting and study of
coins, currency and related items (e.g., medals, tokens, etc.). The mission of the NCNA is to educate
collectors and the general public about numismatics.