MANSFIELD NUMISMATIC SOCIETY.
P.O. BOX 33 STORRS, CT 06268)
SUNDAY MARCH 29, 2020.
MARCH AND APRIL MONDAY NIGHT MEETINGS ARE ALSO CANCELLED
MEETING NOTICE..Monday Mar 23, 2020
Mansfield Public Library / Auditorium, 54 Warrenville Rd (Rt #89),
Mansfield Center, CT….Doors Open 6:15 PM…Meeting at 7:15
PM…Activities until 9:15…Refreshments Available….Meetings held
on the 4th
Mondays of Sept., Oct., Nov., Jan., Feb., March & April..
were 39 members and guests present at the past meeting. The
treasurer's report was read and accepted as was the secretary's
report as seen in the newsletter.
and Brian Pistolese were voted in as members.
"straw vote" taken by president Jones eliciting preferences for
our monthlhy programs the resulst were: 25 votes for "regular
programs as we have been doing them, quizzes got 10 votes, showing
DVD's got 10 votes. It is nice to know where the members interests
Show & Tell
showed a contemporary copy of a Polish dollar coin of 1565. Mike
Simpson, Co-President of the Worcester Club showed an 8-Real
shipwreck coin from the El Casadore that was recently recovered. J.
Frost also Co-President of the Worcester Club showed Trade dollars
and an 1842 Liberty Seated Half Dollar. R. Balbaton showed a $100
Series 1929 National Bank note of the R.I. Hospital Bank and Trust in
Providence. the world".
exhibited an almost complete set of "Eclipse" tokens/medals
produced after the recent eclipse in 2019. Stanley showed a
selection of high denomination Polish coins. John L showed a
Lusitania medal used by both sides during WWI for propaganda purposes
passed over in lieu of the program given by the guest speaker, John
Frost on the United States Trade Dollar.