Thursday, 02.04.2020

Tag: Coin Fairs

Why Was Numismata Munich Really Cancelled?

Numismata Munich didn’t take place. The Regional Administrative Office of Munich withdrew the permission. Was there no way one could have predicted this? Here you find out why this wasn’t possible and what changed on Friday morning.

BREAKING NEWS: Numismata Munich Cancelled

The Numismata Munich has been cancelled, apparently at the instruction of the responsible public health authority. As soon as we know more details we will inform you.

The Effects of the Coronavirus on the Coin Trade

Everybody’s talking about the coronavirus. Newly infected people are counted on a daily basis. However, we hardly ever talk about the consequences that we will have to face because of this media-fuelled panic. The coin trade might have to adapt to some changes, too.

TEFAF 2020 in Maastricht

TEFAF – The European Fine Art Fair, will take place from 7 to 15 March 2020 in Maastricht. It is one of the world’s leading art fairs with a focus on ancient objects.

8th Hong Kong Coin Show Rescheduled Due To Coronavirus Disease

Many events in South-East Asia are considered too risky due to the outbreak of coronavirus disease. This afflicts the world of numismatics, too. The 8th Hong Kong Coin Show, originally planned to take place from 27th to 29th March 2020, is now postponed.

World Money Fair 2020

The 49th World Money Fair took place in Berlin from 31 January to 2 February 2020. Japan was the guest of honour. Here you find photographic impressions of the fair and the events.

NYINC – The Grande Dame of “Classical” Numismatics

In 2020, the New York International Numismatic Convention was once again the meeting place for all those dealing with classical numismatics. Between auctions and meetings, the event also provided the opportunity to exchange ideas. And the mood was upbeat as always.

The 49th World Money Fair in Berlin

Are you currently thinking about what mints you should absolutely visit? Guest country Japan, of course, but other mints have brought interesting objects, too. We provide you with an overview of the special issues that can be seen at the World Money Fair.

The Taler Celebrates 500 Years

500 years ago, the first “taler” was minted in Jáchymov, then Joachimsthal. Both professional associations of the German coin trade celebrate this anniversary with an event taking place in the context of the World Money Fair. Come around!

Numismata Munich: The Classic Coin Fair in March

From 7 to 8 March 2020, the classic among coin fairs will take place: Numismata Munich. Like every year, the most important European coin fair for classical numismatics has a lot to offer: well-known concepts and new ideas.
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