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The weekly Show Directory lists all coin & paper money events scheduled within 1 month of the issue cover date. Show dates & times sometimes change at the last minute. Please contact the show promoter BEFORE traveling long distances.

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ALABAMA

Aug 28-29 AL, Gadsden. Northeast Alabama Coin Show. Gadsden Mall, 1001 Rainbow Drive. SH: 10am - 6pm. SP: Rainbow City Coin Club. A: Free. F: $100. Blaine L. Smith, 635 Gate 5 Road, Alexandria, AL, 36250. PH: 256- 820-9691 or blainelsmith@cableone.net.

ARIZONA

Sep 13 AZ, Chandler. Camelback Collectibles Coin & Stamp show. American Legion Post 35, 2240 W Chandler Blvd. SH: 8am - 2pm. A: Free. Bill Jernigan, 6750 E Main Street Suite 105, Mesa, AZ, 85205. PH: 480- 227-3604 or xaviercoins.bill@gmail.com or camelbackcollectables.com .

Oct 11 AZ, Chandler. Camelback Collectibles Coin & Stamp show. American Legion Post 35, 2240 W Chandler Blvd. SH: 8am - 2pm. A: Free. Bill Jernigan, 6750 E Main Street Suite 105, Mesa, AZ, 85205. PH: 480- 227-3604 or xaviercoins.bill@gmail.com or camelbackcollectables.com .

Oct 18 AZ, Tucson. Tucson Coin Club Coin Show. Jewish Community Center , 3800 E. River Rd.. SH: 9am - 3pm. SP: Tucson Coin Club. A: Free. Jerry Adamczyk, PO Box 17021, Tucson, AZ, 85731. PH: 520- 305-5513 or jerryaz@gmail.com or www.tucsoncoinclub.com.

CALIFORNIA

Oct 30-Nov 1 CA, San Jose. San Jose Coin Expo. Double Tree Hotel, 2050 Gateway Place. SH: Fri: 10am-6pm, Sat: 10am-5pm. Scott Griffin. PH: 415- 601-8661.

CONNECTICUT

Aug 16 CT,West Haven. Liberty Coin Club Show. Elks Club, 265 Main St. SH: 9am - 2pm. SP: Liberty Coin Club. A: Free. F: $35-$50. Perry. PH: 203- 248-1053.

Aug 29 CT, Naugatuck. Coin & Currency Show. American Legion Post #17, 21 Cedar St.. SH: 9am - 2pm. A: Free. T: 20. F: $50. J&S Collectibles, LLC, John Stassins Jr., PO Box 140262, Howard Beach, NY, 11414. PH: 718- 323-1930 or PH: 212- 777-0662 or stassinsj98@aol.com.

Sep 20 CT, Cromwell. Hartford Coin & Currency Show. Courtyard Mariott, 4 Sebethe Dr.. SH: 9am-3pm. A: Free. T: 40. F: $65$/80. J&S Collectibles LLC, John Stassins Jr, PO Box 140262, Howard Beach, NY, 11414. PH: 718-323-1930 or PH: 212- 777-0662 or PH: 917-680-2030 or stassinsj98@aol.com.

Sep 26 CT, Naugatuck. Coin & Currency Show. American Legion Post #17, 21 Cedar St.. SH: 9am - 2pm. A: Free. T: 20. F: $50. J&S Collectibles, LLC, John Stassins Jr., PO Box 140262, Howard Beach, NY, 11414. PH: 718- 323-1930 or PH: 212- 777-0662 or stassinsj98@aol.com.

Liberty Coin Club Show. Elks Club, 265 Main St. SH: 9am

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