Fall Coin Show

Thursday, Oct 29, 2020 at 12:00pm

Monroeville Convention Center
209 Mall Boulevard
Monroeville, PA 15146

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There are more than 130 tables and 100 dealers eager to buy, sell, or trade coins, paper money, tokens, medals, gold, silver, and bullion.

The PAN Lecture Series is a vital component of each convention. There are various numismatic topics offered at no cost and are open to the public. Information and the current schedule of speakers can be found on the PAN Lecture Series Page on this website.

We have an exhibitor display area of numismatic material that collectors enter to compete for prizes and to educate the viewer of specific topics in various categories.

The yearly banquet occurs on Friday evening as part of the Fall Coin Show and Convention. It is open to all and features a prominent speaker and a lively fun auction consisting of interesting donated numismatic material that helps to support the programs that PAN provides throughout the year.

Pan offers a very active kids program as part of each convention. Children under 18 years of age learn about rare coins through talks, filling date folders, giveaways, and a kids auction using PAN Dollars that are earned and provided. The program is family freindly with a positive enviornment for learning and fun.

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