Oswego County Numismatic Association to Host Coin & Collectible Show|
The 49th annual Oswego County Numismatic Association Coin & Collectible Show will be held Sunday, Sept. 22 from 10-3 PM in the Fulton Municipal Building, 141 S First St., Fulton. Free admission and parking are being offered for the event.
There will be a drawing for many items including a 1/10th ounce gold coin at the show. You can obtain chances for it at the door $1 each or 6 for $5. Tickets are first come, first sold.
Should you own any items that you have questions on, you may bring them as some dealers will offer appraisals. Dealers on premise may also make offers to buy items and are selling a vast array of collectibles.
We have many dealers that will have coins, stamps, postcards, pocket watches, jewelry, sports cards, and other collectibles on the bourse and the variety should offer something for all collectors.
Schedule for the day is as follows:
· Bourse opens at 10 AM for the public to enter and peruse the dealer tables. There may be displays and demonstrations throughout the day.
· Door prize drawings starting at 11 AM and every hour after that we will be drawing for a lucky winner. Tickets will be good throughout the event. Each prize is a coupon redeemable at any show dealer during the event.
· Raffle drawing is at 3 PM to cap off the day for the 1/10th ounce gold coin and other raffle prizes. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5 and sell out fast. You do not need to be in attendance to win a raffle prize.
For further details and directions to the event, contact OCNA at 315-488-3290 between the hours of 4pm and 9pm, or by email at OCNA@outlook.com
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