No, there are no booths left for Angela Modes to offer to dealers that did not yet register for Numismata. “Before Christmas already, it became clear how much exhibitors look forward to finally getting back in touch with their customers in person. The booths were sold out immediately, just like most tables. I still have a few remaining tables that I can offer to dealers last-minute,” organizer Angela Modes commented back in early January.
That is no surprise: Numismata is the classic among European coin shows. It is the place to go for anyone who is seriously interested in classical numismatics. Visitors can choose form an extensive offer provided by dealers from across the globe. And many collectors still appreciate the possibility of taking a coin into your hands before purchasing it. “I was often caught by surprise when I bought a coin online. In the positive and the negative sense. Well, a photo is not the same as holding a coin in your hands,” said one of the many collectors that attend Numismata. They are all excited to finally find something new for their collection at the booth of their favourite dealer.
The offer will be vast: more than 220 exhibitors already registered for Numismata, including the major coin dealers from all of Europe. For them, Numismata is an absolute “must”.
By Car or by Train: Numismata Is Easy to Reach
Visitors to Numismata will be pleased about the fact that the trade fair is perfectly connected to Munich’s public transportation system. Stations for the U-Bahn and the S-Bahn are nearby. Those arriving by car can simply drive into the large car park located a couple of hundreds of meters from the autobahn. The parking garage is right below the MOC Center and is so big that you do not have to worry about finding a spot.
Tickets to Numismata can be purchased on site or, if you are in Munich, in the week prior to the event at Münzen Modes, Reichenbachstraße 17, from Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The Renaissance of Coin Shows
The New York International Numismatic Convention already proved at the beginning of the year that collectors and dealers are virtually starved for personal contact. Never before did more dealers and visitors travel to New York! A similar success was the World Money Fair in Berlin. The organizers of Numismata also expect a new record attendance in Munich. Perhaps, Covid will result in a renaissance of coin shows, now that we have learned that we can live without them but we certainly no not want to.
So, be part of it again in 2023! We all waited far too long for our Numismata!
53rd Numismata Munich
Saturday, March 4th, 2023, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 5th, 2023, 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
80939 Munich, Germany
Two-day ticket 15 euros; Saturday ticket 13 euros; Sunday ticket 8 euros;
10 euros for groups of at least 10 persons and members of numismatic associations;
admission is free for young people up to the age of 16.
Tickets can be bought at the entrance of the hall from 8 a.m. on both fair days. Advance sales: from February 28th to March 2nd, 2023 at Münzen Modes, Reichenbachstr. 17, 80469 Munich, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For further information:
81469 Munich, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 89 26 83 59
Fax: +49 (0) 89 260 90 60
You can find further details on the official Numismata website.
And if you would like to revel in anticipation for the event, here is a film about the Numismata from 2016.