December 20, 2018 – In 2019, CoinsWeekly will publish four special issues. They offer additional features that you can’t find anywhere else. They fulfill the exact function CoinsWeekly considers its raison d’être: to build bridges and to bring all actors of the coin business closer together.
Any collector and dealer who attends a coin convention primarily wants one thing: to find the one coin dealer who offers exactly those coins they’re looking to buy. But still, most coin collectors will then approach the very dealers they’ve known for years. They might never talk to the coin dealer standing at the booth right next to them.
This is where CoinsWeekly Special Issue enters the stage. The magazines offer a platform to present businesses, auction houses, institutions, and services. In doing so, they let the reader, who receives the printed magazine for free during the event, know who is the person to contact they’ve been looking for for a long time. They can prepare for the convention from the comfort of their own home, as the Special Issue is available for download on our website several weeks BEFORE the event.
CoinsWeekly Special Issue connects customers and dealers. Even the ones, who don’t have their own booth at the convention, but are nevertheless present during the event, have the opportunity to let their customers know just that. They can provide their cell phone number so that anyone who is interested in closing a deal with them can contact them on site.
And of course, it also offers the opportunity for coin dealers to catch the attention of visitors even if they can’t attend the convention themselves.
CoinsWeekly Special Issue will be published regularly in the context of the most important coin conventions. The following conventions are planned for 2019:
January – New York International Numismatic Convention
March – Munich Numismata
September – London, Coinex
November – Moscow, Coins (in Russian)
A Chinese issue is envisaged for 2020.
CoinsWeekly Special Issue is both a print and a digital magazine. A copy can be grabbed on site and viewed all over the world at the same time – not for a week, or a month, but for years.