The Raleigh Coin Club is the Triangle area's largest and longest-running coin club! We got our start back in 1954 and have been going strong ever since!
But we're so much more than a group of coin collectors -- our members also collect paper money, medals, tokens and numismatic books! (There may even be a few stamp collectors amongst us!) We have beginning collectors, advanced collectors and collectors at every stage in between -- you'll never be "out of place" as a member of the Raleigh Coin Club.
One of the strengths of the Raleigh Coin Club is the diversity of its members. With so many different areas of collecting interest among its membership, you're sure to find a kindred spirit within our friendly group.
Wouldn't it be great to find other collectors with whom you could...
- Share your enthusiasm for the hobby?
- Swap stories about your latest purchase?
- Learn from or help educate?
We are a non-profit organization whose by-laws dictate that we work at advancing the science of numismatics. With this in mind we are keenly interested in doing activities that promote the hobby in the community. We sponsor an annual Coin Show, usually near the middle of July, where the membership is encouraged to put together educational exhibits, meet the collecting community that attends, and help answer collector's questions at our club table. We are developing plans to make the Raleigh Coin Club a force in the hobby. If you want to get more involved in the hobby we again encourage you to join us.
We look forward to personally welcoming you as a member of the Raleigh Coin Club at our next meeting!
The Raleigh Coin Club will be holding an open meeting at the Gallery on Tuesday, September 16, 2014. The meeting will include a guided tour of the exhibition hosted by its curators Bob Schreiner and Linda Jacobson. The meeting will begin at 7:00pm and is free and open to the public.