Can anybody
remember
when the
times were not
hard and
money not
scarce? -
Ralph Waldo
Emerson

Reno Coin Club A penny saved is a penny not lying in the street."

NEXT MEETING

Tuesday, 1st of April 7:30 PM
Carrow’s Restaurant
605 N. Wells Avenue (Wells and 6th), Reno, NV  



April: So-called Dollars Jeff Shevlin introduces us to so-called dollars.

April 25,26: Nat’l Coin Week at NV Museum Minting our new medal, lectures, all the new
coins. Help us “celebrate civic service” and the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy half, 30th
anniversary of the club, and 150th anniversary of the State.
The Reno Coin Club and Nevada State Museum celebrate National Coin Week. All the new
US coins will be available at near cost. We will have the first 2  park quarters of 2014,
Harding, Coolidge, and 2014 Native American dollars. Also a limited number of 1964 and
2014 Kennedy halves. Starting at
8:45AM both days we will have lectures on:
  8:45AM-Opening Remarks and Greetings by President of the Reno Coin Club
  9AM -Ken Hopple-"Discovery and Restoration of the Carson City Cancelled Dies"
  9:45AM Rusty King and Dave Andrews-"The Making of the 1
00th Anniversary Medal
for the State of Nevada"
  10:30 AM David Elliott "Coins of Constantine the Great: Pagan and Christian Imagery"
  11:15 Paul Williams, "50th Anniversary of the Kennedy Half Dollar."
There will be a display of ancient and obsolete US coins. Free foreign coins for kids as well
as the Old Coin Press minting a new medal celebrating Reno Coin Club’s 30th anniversary
and the states 150th. Admission is $8 for adults and children under 18 are free.

May:
Kennedy, His Call to Service, and the Half Dollar A round table to reminisce about
Kennedy. The 1964 and 2014 half dollars will be up for bid, and we will look at the ANA
Coin Week material.

June:
My Favorite Coin and Auction Bring your current favorite coin and coins to auction.
10% to club. Probably have finger foods again.
Available for pre-sale:
Silver w/state seal (only club
members, numbered 1-30)      

Silver w/
press         $65
Brass w/press         $10
Copper w/press       $10
Set of 3 for $80
30th Anniversary Medals