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mezmer1411

Numismata Coin Fair (Munich 03.2019.)

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As the upcoming Numismata coin fair is fast approaching, (2nd and 3rd of March), I was wondering if there are frequent attendees here on the forum? This will be my first ever coin fair, and I have a potential shopping list and a couple of questions.

What's the offer generally like? Among other things I'm looking for some more specific bullion silver pieces like 1oz Germania, Bhutan lunar series (BU Monkey!) etc.

Can good deals be made, do the exibitors offer reduced fair prices? I'm definitely on the lookout for a couple of LMU gold (bullion) pieces if the margins are low enough.

Are exibitors willing to purchase as well? At melt/spot/competitive prices? If so I might bring some of the gold/silver I'm looking to let go.

Sorry if my questions seem basic, but since this will be my first coin fair I'm just trying to set my expectations right.

Thanx!

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Interesting to see members comments on this. I have not been to any of the coin fairs, but from my understanding the ones in Germany are the largest and the best. I know a few UK members have been to some coin fairs in the UK, they may be able to shed some light? It's my understanding that the fairs (at least in the UK. So correct me someone if I am wrong) are more for coins as a whole (i.e. base metal and circulating coins) and that precious metals coins do not constitute the majority of the coins at the shows.

Please do let us know what your thoughts of the Numismata coin fair are after you have visited and if it was enjoyable, even if you can't pick up anything for a good deal it must be very interesting to see.

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