would like to welcome everyone to our May general meeting. Tonight’s
program will be Speaker, Ed Sins, who will be speaking on “The Carson
City Mint”. Ed is an avid collector and has been to almost every meeting
since he joined the club 50+ years ago. He comes with some interesting
stories about the topics he discusses, and will usually bring in some
nice coins to share related to his talks. Please come out and enjoy an
informative talk on the Carson City Mint which is still very popular
today. Bring your questions and see if Ed can answer them for you.
We will also be having a monthly board meeting at the club house
starting from and the general
meeting will commence promptly at . We will be
welcoming our new 2018-2019 board of directors. Hope all our members show
up and take an active role in the discussion.
will have an Auction, Show and 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
Guests are welcome!
1. 1879-S Morgan Dollar, PCGS MS64 2. 1995 U.S. Premier Silver Proof Set 3. 2000-P
Library of Congress Commemorative Silver Dollar, Proof 4. 1915-S Lincoln Cent 5. 1908-O
Barber Half Dollar 6. 1864
Two-Cent Piece 7. 1891
Seated Liberty Dime 8. 1973 U.S. Mint Set 9. 1862
Indian Cent 10. Great Britain 1974 Six-Coin Proof Set
a MAP to the meeting at the
American Legion Hall, Post 318, 1504 Minnesota Ave., San Jose,
Event Schedule (Times are approximate and sequence may vary):
- Doors open.
Members are asked to help set up the chairs & tables.
PM -General Meeting begins
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 2018 show medals available for sale. (order form at top of
home page)The obverse depicts the
“World War I Centennial 1914-1918”
by Dean Birge.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 Ryan!
Show Medals: Silver, Golden Bronze and Antique Bronze Medals from
years gone by may also be purchased on an 'as available' basis.
Jose Coin Club Show Tokens in Brass &
Nickel are also available.
Drawing (Time Approximate)
End of meeting: - Time varies! - Members are
asked to help put the tables and chairs back