Welcome to the Monthly
Greater Atlanta Coin Shows!
The second monthly Greater Atlanta Coin Show of the year enjoyed a busy bourse inside and an almost
spring-like day outside.
Here's a huge thank you to all of the people that helped make the February coin show a success — from the hotel
staff to show security, from the coin dealers to the many visitors — thank you one and all.
The monthly coin show welcomes everyone, whether new to the collecting hobby, experienced
numismatists familiar with the bourse or just someone curious about a coin show.
You are also welcome whether you are buying, selling, trading or just having fun browsing the
displays and talking with others at the show.
The next monthly coin show is Sunday, March 15,
2015 in the Joe Mack Wilson
ballroom on the main conference floor from 9 am - 5 pm. Admission is
The monthly coin show's location is the Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Center located at
500 Powder Springs Street just south of the historic Marietta Square in Marietta, Georgia.
[GPS coordinates: 33.9436481, -84.55156]
Take a look at the coin show's February 2015 Notes for highlights
from the recent show and the January 2015 Notes for a summary of the first
show of this year.
Visit the December 2014 Notes, November 2014 Notes, and October 2014
Notes for highlights from other recent shows. Find links to the earlier 2014 shows on the 2014 Notes page.
Each month, visitors can view and buy from the displays of coins, currency and bullion found among the many
showcases provided by the coin dealers on the bourse.
The coin dealers also purchase coins, currency and bullion collections from attendees. They offer their
best competitive prices given the current market conditions.
The Greater Atlanta Coin Show welcomes both new and experienced collectors of coins and currency along with
new and experienced investors of coins and bullion metals - gold, silver and platinum - as well. And,
admission is always free.
If you are just curious about a coin show or maybe you want to learn about an old coin or piece of currency you
received or found, you are welcome at the coin show too.
If you are considering selling coins, currency or precious metals (for example, bullion silver, gold and
platinum), you can bring them to the coin show for valuation. The experienced coin dealers can examine and provide
free verbal appraisals during the coin show. Based on their offers in the
current market, you can choose to sell or to keep your valuables.
More details can be found on our Location and Directions and our FAQ pages.
You can find the schedule for the 2015 Greater Atlanta Coin Show dates on our Show Dates page. You will also find the 2015 show flyer and a
full year 2015 calendar that can easily be printed for reference.
The Greater Atlanta Coin Show began in 1988. Given the volatility in the metals recently, it's interesting
to review the fluctuations of gold and silver throughout all of the coin show years, from 1988 through year-to-date
Take a look at our silver charts to see how silver began at just over $6, dropped into the
$3.50s and now moves in the mid to upper $10s and sometimes into the low $20s.
Similarly, our gold charts show the yellow metal's prices began right at $441, dropped
into the $250s and is now bouncing in the upper $1100s and $1200s per troy ounce.
The silver and gold charts are updated with values up to the Friday before the most recent coin show.
New charts will be posted after the next monthly coin show.
For informational fun, this Kitco chart shows the metals' values when the New York Market closed on the Friday
before the recent coin show.
Remember to check the Location & Directions and
Show Dates pages for more details about the coin
show's location (with pictures), the directions and the monthly show dates.
The Coin Dealers page lists the frequent coin
dealers you can find at the monthly coin show as well.
In the meantime, visit our Show Notes page
to access the highlights from the previous years' monthly Greater Atlanta Coin Shows—back through
Check out the FAQ page for answers to some commonly heard
questions. And, take a tour through the rest of our site to find other information about coins and
We're in the process of adding commemorative coins to the web site and
focusing first on the classic commemorative coins. Visit the
date page, the denomination page or the design elements page to find the link to a particular
classic commemorative coin.
Each classic commemorative coin includes information about the legislation approving the coin, characteristics
(size, weight, metal, value range, etc.), obverse picture and description, reverse picture and
description plus additional commentary about the coin, the history behind the coin and fun facts.
Look through our American Legacy Collection Sets,
Coin and Currency Sets, US Mint Sets,
Proof Sets, Prestige Sets and Young Collectors Coin Sets pages for information about the coin sets, the
time frames and the special collectible coins.
Our web pages include pictures and commentary not only about the collectible coins but also about related
Come early to the coin show to visit your favorite dealers! The coin show opens at 9:00am for people visiting
the show. The bourse hours are 9am - 5pm. However, late comers will find that several coin dealers choose to leave
Whether you are an occasional coin collector, a coin club member, an investor, a numismatic hobbyist or a guest
of one, you are welcome to attend the show, and admission is free.
The coin show also welcomes those who know nothing about coin collecting but want to learn.
The coin show hosts 35+ tables each month for coin dealers with varied interests. You can find collectible and
investment coins, currency and bullion - gold, silver or platinum - along with jewelry and collecting supplies. The
coin show offers you several coin dealers and coin shops all in one place!
Some of you may want to sell your collection. Or, maybe you received gifts of collectible coins over the years
and now want cash instead. The coin show provides you with a variety of coin dealers willing to buy your
Also, if you no longer want or need your bullion (gold, silver or platinum), you will find several dealers
at the show who are willing to buy it based on current market prices of the precious metals.
The coin show with its many coin dealers provides you the ability to compare the dealers' offers all
at one place whether you are buying or selling coins, currency and bullion.
Located in Atlanta, the coin show is an easy drive for friends and nearby neighbors from Georgia, Alabama,
Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida. Of course, if you hail from another state, territory or
country and are in the area, stop by, you are certainly welcome, too!
REMINDER: No Sales Tax on coins or bullion in Georgia.
See our recent update on the Georgia Sales tax issue on
coins and bullion on our atlcoin commentary weblog.
Tip: Many coin dealers work with CASH ONLY, not credit cards, not debit cards, not