We would like to
invite everyone to our May general meeting, where we will have Speaker,
Michael Turrini who will be speaking on “What’s in the Box?” Michael is
an eloquent speaker and can capture a captive audience. Michael is a
semi-retired school teacher, so pay attention. So be ready to be quizzed
on the contents of the box. It will be a nice evening for all who attend.
Looking forward to seeing everyone there.
We will also be having a SJCCmonthly board meeting at the club house starting from 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM and the SJCCgeneral meeting will commence promptly at 7:30 PM. Hope all our
members/visitors show up and take an active role in the discussions. We
do ask that during our SJCC Board Meeting that loud conversations and
noise be kept down. It is very distracting and interferes with the
meeting and getting it done in a timely fashion. Please be respectful and
understanding of the situation.
We will have an Auction, Show &
Tell, Refreshments and a Drawing towards the end of the
meeting.See list of drawing
prizes below.We also ask that
everyone help with the clean up of the room and putting chairs away.
Guests are Welcome!
June Drawing Prizes
1. 1938-D Buffalo Nickel NGC MS66
2.1986 Statue of Liberty Two-Coin Proof Set
(Silver $1, Clad 50¢)
3. 1941 Washington Quarter ANACS MS64
4. 2001 U. S. Proof Set
Eisenhower Dollar, 40% Silver, BU
6. 1916-D Barber Quarter
7. 1863 Copper-Nickel Indian Cent
Planchet 1966 Washington Quarter
9. 1923-S Buffalo nickel
10.Bolivia 1900 PTS MM 50 Centavo, .900
We welcome, young, old, novice,
experienced to share in learning about numismatics with us!
Event Schedule (Times are approximate and sequence may vary):
– General Meeting Starts
Meeting activities include: Guest and Member attendance Drawings and
Prizes, Dealers tables, an Auction, Show & Tell, and Club Business
followed by a break featuring Snacks and Drinks. Drawing tickets are
for some snacks and a drink! Restrooms are also available for other types
Several dealers (must be a club member) have tables with a variety of
numismatic items for sale before each meeting and during break time.
Medals for the 2019 show medals available for sale in November/December
(order form will be on the home page) The obverse depicts the “The Red Baron 1916-1918” by
Sally Johnson.On the reverse
has a detailed version of “First State Capitol Building for
California” (our club
logo) The medal also shows our club name “San Jose Coin Club – Founded
Bright Copper and Golden Bronze medals will be available at all meetings,
just see Ray!
3. Earlier Show Medals:
Silver, Golden Bronze and Antique Bronze Medals from years gone by may
also be purchased on an 'as available'basis.
4. San Jose Coin Club Show Tokens in Brass
& Nickel are also available.