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Information compiled and written by Nathan Wertheimer
Are you looking for some of Central Florida’s treasure then come on down to the Central Florida Coin Show. This show runs from September 12-14, 2019, at Orlando Event Place/Dezerland Action Park. Check website for show hours. This event is free and open to the general public.
It is a quick drive from Downtown Orlando to Orlando Event Place/Dezerland Action Park. Check your GPS for the best route there. There is plenty of free parking. The event address is 5250 International Drive, Orlando, Florida 32819.
Don’t forget to bring your coins to buy, sell, and or trade. There is free admission into this show. Plus, you’ll receive a free coin gift when you walk through the doors. All visitors will walk through a security checkpoint when entering the show’s building.
There are one hundred booths to browse through under one roof. If you’re looking to start a coin and currency collection than this is the place to be. One will have a chance to ask questions to the friendly coin vendors and collectors. Prices on the coins range to fit every budget. Visitors may find coin as little as .50¢ all the way up to hundreds of dollars. Some coins are individual wrap and by the sets too. Look for the rare and vintage coins to add to your collection.
If you’re thinking of bring your coins to this show please remember not to clean your coins with anything other than approved coin cleaning chemicals. If you clean your coins on your own you might be devaluing your coins, which will be worth a whole lot less than if, they were dirty. There are some coin appraisers at this show to look over your collection of coins and value them accordingly.
Overall, it might take you two to four hours to view each coin booth at his show. While looking at many of the coin booths, you will find a variety of coins ranging from foreign, American, specialty coins, and much more. Also, there is a coin supply booth to keep your coins mint. It is recommended to put single coin holders to keep from damage, scratches, dents, and much more.
If you’re thinking about becoming a serious coin collector, than check out the Central Florida Coin Club with meetings and other activities. The Central Florida Coin Club was formed in 1955 as a not-for-profit organization, operating for educational purposes. CFCC stimulates knowledge and interest in numismatics and associated hobbies. The CFCC is one of the most active coin clubs in America. They have approximately 175 members, with 50 to 75 attending every meeting.
For more information on this 2019 Central Florida Fall Coin Show and Central Florida Coin Club Inc. please visit www.CentralFloridaCoinClub.org or email Donna Moon Bourse at email@example.com . It is worth the drive to visit this event. If you miss this Fall Coin Show then check out Spring Coin Show next year.
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