The Reno Coin Show will be held Friday and Saturday, July 16 and 17 at the Ramada Hotel & Casino, 1000 East 6th Street, Reno.
Interest in coins and collectibles has surged in large part due to the dramatic increase in precious metals prices. Gold has risen over 36% in the past three years. Silver is up 78% during the same period.
“Coin shows are broadly popular”, said Bill Green, the show organizer. He added, “Not only do coin shows attract collectors, investors and accumulators of bullion, they also attract families looking for a fun, entertaining and educational event. And they are a real benefit to people who own coins but don’t know what they are worth. With over 30 dealers on hand attendees can get multiple, no obligation, free appraisals. That’s the best way to determine fair value.”
In addition to free appraisals the Reno Coin Show offers free parking, a free drawing for valuable coins and free admission for kids under twelve.
Show attendees will see thousands of United States, foreign and ancient coins as well as paper money, medals and tokens. There will also be a wide variety of silver and gold coins produced locally at the Carson City Mint. These coins date back to the 1870s. In fact, the mint is celebrating its 151th anniversary this year.
Directions to the show location, a list of show dealers, discount admission flier and many other Reno Coin Show details are available at renocoinshow.com. The show organizer can be reached by calling (925) 351 – 7605 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.