Greg Mencotti: President

Our 2nd Anniversary Coin Show will be staged in the cafeteria at the Huntington High School July 15th.

This is an excellent move for MSNS since it allows us to increase our dealer tables to 40 from 29, changing table size from 6' to 8' without increasing fees. 

The additional space allows us to reinstate the Silent Auction, the 50/50 drawing and coin related exhibits. Food service will continue to be provided by local service organizations.

SEE DIRECTIONS: HHS is only 2/10ths mile from the Hal Greer exit off I-64 making it very convenient for exhibitors and guests. Time wise it is only an additional 20 minutes west on I-64 from the Milton Exit.

The show hours will continue to be from 10am to 3pm.

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Mountain State Numismatic Society is formed, to serve collectors in West Virginia
Inaugural coin show set for July 18 in Milton, W.Va.

By Paul Gilkes , Coin World
Published : 06/01/15

The Mountain State Numismatic Society has been founded to serve collectors in the state of West Virginia.

The society will host its inaugural coin show July 18 at the VFW Post 9796 in Milton, W.Va., Details can be found on the society's website.

The society was organized by founding members Jake Miller and Cecil Starcher who are serving, respectively, as the society's treasurer and secretary.

Gregory Mencotti is the inaugural president, with Bill Wilcox as first vice president and Howard Rogers as second vice president.

MSNS is in the planning stage of reinstituting coin clubs in Huntington and Beckley. Those living in either area interested in organizing are asked to call ANA Representative Bob Jones at 859.749.5924 or MSNS Secretary at 304.935.4514.  



Michael Dixon writes "Today, I attended the Milton, WV show to promote the National Battlefield Coin Show™ in Gettysburg.  The show is a small venue with 29 tables, but it was a throwback to the coin shows of the 1970s and early 1980s with mostly raw coins.  I was amazed at the diversity, quality and quantity of coins.  The first coin I saw was an 1800 bust dollar in VF, which a buyer was negotiating with the dealer over.  Other mentionable coins I saw were: Colonials, Hawaiian, Feucht Grewanger cent, MORE >

Keep an eye out for our new MSNS Bucks which will earn you a 5% discount off  purchases when presented to participating dealers at our shows. Not valid on purchases of strictly bullion items.


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