The December 2019 Greater Atlanta Coin Show saw lots of people visiting a pre-holiday bourse filled with coins, currency, bullion and other collectible treasures.

As always, we appreciate everyone from the visitors, to our dealers, to our security and to the hotel's staff for helping make the Greater Atlanta Coin Show an interesting event each month.

Of course, we hope everyone enjoys a happy, healthy and safe holiday season. 

Each month, everyone is welcome, 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 want to buy, sell, trade, obtain a free verbal appraisal or just have fun viewing the displays and talking with others at the show.

Take a look at our Show Notes pages for glimpses into each show.

Visit the Show Dates page for a schedule of all the monthly shows.
Greater Atlanta Coin Show
2020, our 33rd year of monthly coin shows
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Monthly Greater Atlanta Coin Shows

- Welcome

The Next Monthly Coin Show

         When:     Sunday, January 12, 2020
         Where:   Joe Mack Wilson Ballroom
         Time:      9 am - 5 pm
Admission is FREE
The coin show hosts 35+ tables with the coin dealers at the tables representing a wide variety of 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 access to several coin dealers and coin shops all in one place.

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.

Come early to the coin show to visit your favorite dealers! The bourse hours are 9am - 5pm. However, late comers will find that several coin dealers choose to leave before 5.
Reminder:  No Sales Tax on coins or bullion in Georgia
Coin Show Tip: Many coin dealers work with CASH ONLY, not credit cards, not debit cards, not checks.
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If you want to know the current value of your collectible coins, currency or precious metals (for example, bullion silver, gold and platinum), the experienced coin dealers can examine and provide free verbal appraisals during the coin show.

The coin dealers also purchase coins, currency and bullion collections from attendees. With the immediate competition with the other dealers in the room, they make their best offer given the current market conditions.

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.

Based on their offers in the current market, you can choose to sell or to keep your valuables.

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.
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The Greater Atlanta Coin Show began in 1988. Given the volatility in the metals, it's interesting to review the fluctuations of gold and silver throughout all of the coin show years, from 1988 through year-to-date.

The silver charts show the metal beginning just over $6, dropping into the $3.50s and now bouncing in the low to mid $10s.

Similarly, the gold charts show the yellow metal's prices began right at $441, dropped into the $250s and is now bouncing in the low $1000s per troy ounce.

For informational fun, this chart shows the metals' values when the New York Market closed on the last trading day before the recent coin show.
All metals New York closing values on the Friday before the coin show