Looking back on 2014

Again the visitors of Stuttgart Coin Fair on September 20th and 21st could get excited over numerous fair attractions. Those who despite the rain and the lack of parking spaces caused by a soccer match made their way to Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle were welcomed with a wonderful gift by the Berufsverband des Deutschen Münzenfachhandels. Upon presenting the admission ticket, each coin fair visitor received one of the much sought-after 2010 Vatican coins. In addition, you could swap a “regular” 2-euro piece from your purse for the Netherlands’ freshly minted 2-euro commemorative coin featuring a double portrait of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Beatrix.

Stroll Around, Discover, Do It Yourself

These and many more highlights attracted a crowd to Stuttgart’s Schleyerhalle, among them many young coin collectors fascinated with the diversity of numismatics. Especially interesting for newcomers to the hobby was the historic screw press at the booth of the State Mints of Baden-Wuerttemberg where you could strike a coin yourself and take it home as a souvenir from the fair.
Visitors looking for qualified advice got their money’s worth, as well, as experts from the Official Sales Agency for Collector’s Coins of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Berufsverband were waiting to answer numismatic-related questions.

A Wonderful Success For All Involved

More than 100 coins dealers from Germany and abroad, providers of precious metals, and the State Mints of Baden-Wuerttemberg displayed their treasures at the coin fair, arousing the enthusiasm of over 2,000 visitors with items on offer ranging from ancient coins from Athens to modern commemorative and collector coins.

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