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  • MANSFIELD NUMISMATIC SOCIETY.

    P.O. BOX 33 STORRS, CT 06268)

    324th MEETING NOTICE..Monday November 26, 2018

    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.


    46th Annual Coin & Paper Money Show... Sunday, March 31, 2019


    Yearly dues now due, please see treasurer, Franz Hoerzer.


                    ........The October Meeting…....

  • ….Business…There were 41members and guests present. The Secretary & Treasurers reports were accepted as published or read. Currently the check book has a balance of $9,985.46. The 50/50 drawing benefited the club by $30.00. Roger Durand won the membership prize. John Ferreri gave a report of the B&GSA/YN coin collecting merit badge preparation that Donat is involved in with Troop 27 preparing for the Expo in New Hampshire. Money that was not used for for individual scholarships was used to offset Donat's expenses with the boys. Thank-you, Donat for preparing the YN Scouts for the Expo!!!

    ….Show & Tell…..Bob H. showed the current Nena Medals and a $2 & ½ dol gold love token, John L. showed a set of SBA Dollars PCGS high graded business strikes. Wade B. showed a new issue of the Web note book by Kvederas, a hollowed out $5 Love token for opium use, Richard A. showed a 3 oz silver disk by Englehart. Bob K showed slabbed Web Notes graded 68 & 69, bought at different times but with consecutive serial numbers,

    ….Exhibits….….. Franz exhibited coins of various leper colonies, Ed B. showed collectible gold and silver bullion coins. Stanley showed eagle badges and decorations.

    ….Program…..Bob H. spoke about this year's Nena medal honoring Henry Opokaiea, a native Hawaiian who had ties to the State of Connecticut in the early 1800s, died here then later reintered on his home island. Nena together this year with the Big Island Coin Club joined to put out a medal set honoring this man.

    …..Dues….Dues are $10 per year and are now due for 2018-2019. Please see the treasurer at the meeting or send by mail to the club address listed above.




  • .Tonight's Program ....

    Tonight's program will be given by Dave Morrison.


    UPCOMING PROGRAMS



  • There is no meeting in December

    Jan. 28, 2019....tba. Can you give a program?

    Feb.... Looking for a speaker

    March... Looking for a speaker

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  • Other Local Club Meeting Dates

    In general, doors open by 6:30, Meeting @ 7:30---

    Nipmuck Coin Club….4th Weds..Oxford Senior Center..behind Town Hall..Main St.

    Central Conn. C.C. ….First Tuesdays…So.Windsor Library..1550 Sullivan Ave.

    Worcester Cty. C.C….Second Fridays..St. Jos. Parish Hall 68 Central St, Auburn, MA

    Pawcatuck Valley C.C…Third Wednesdays..Stonington Arms 133 S. Broad, Pawcatuck

    Currency Club of New England… First Mondays..Trinity Church. (RT 20) Waltham

    Boston Numis. Society…Second Tuesdays..Trinity Church, 730 Main (Rt 20) Waltham

    Collectors Club of Boston..Fourth Tuesdays..Trinity Church, 730 Main . (Rt 20)Waltham

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