Call for Donations to the 2017 Annual Donated Auction

The November 14 meeting would be a great time to bring in the numismatic items you want to include in our annual Donated Auction. If you have items that you wish to donate to the auction please contact auction coordinator Jack Schadegg. Cash contributions may be given to Treasurer Simcha Kuritzky.

Door Prize Donations Wanted

Each month, the Montgomery County Coin Club includes three numismatic items as free door prizes available to everyone who attends the meetings. We are looking for member donations of numismatic items to add to the dwindling supply. If you have foreign coins, unusual medals, seldom seen tokens, or other numismatic items less than $5.00 in value that you would like to donate, please bring them to the next meeting. As you pick up your door prize ticket, give them to Scott Barman and he will make sure they are added to the door prize inventory.

MCCC is now taking orders for the 2018 Red Book

Every year the MCCC sells the annual edition of A Guide Book of United States Coins, the Red Book, to members at a discount. The Red Book comes in four formats: Spiral Bound ($11.00), Hardcover ($12.00), Large Print ($19.00), and MEGA RED ($30.00).

Need a numismatic fix? Visit WNS!

Need a numismatic fix since the Montgomery County Coin Club had to cancel the March meeting because of the snow? Why not visit the Washington Numismatic Society’s month meeting? First, you can meet new collectors in the area. There are collectors that only attend the...

March 14, 2017 Meeting Cancelled

Since Montgomery County Public Schools announced that the schools will be closed on March 14 because of the snow, MCCC will not meet on that day. The next meeting will be on APRIL 17, the third Monday or April to accommodate members who celebrate...

WEATHER ALERT for the March 14 Meeting

Click for weather forecast The National Weather Service has issued a WINTER STORM WARNING for this area with a forecasted for high winds and accumulation of 6 to 10 inches of snow. It is important for members to remember that the Margaret Schweinhaut Senior Center...

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