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Las Vegas Numismatic Society // Year End Meeting

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The last LNVS meeting of the year will be this Saturday, November 14th.  The 5th Annual Turkey Race will be taking place and we are having a special raffle featuring a 1914-D $2.50 Gold Indian Coin.  Raffles, door-prizes, special refreshments, coin supplies, presentations and lots of fun.  My Nephew and I won a great prize last meeting, just one of many!  The doors open at 2pm for our bourse and social hour.  Dealers in good standing with the club are available to buy, sell, or trade coins, precious metals, and collectibles.  The meeting starts at 3pm, everyone is welcome!  Come spend a couple of hours with us and bring the Kids! FREE ADMISSION and plenty of parking. We meet at the Charleston Heights Art Center which is located at 800 S. Brush St near the intersection of Charleston & Decatur. It sits one block behind Arizona Charlies Casino on Decatur. Feel free to call me for more information.  Robbie Wilson 702-518-0218

Las Vegas Numismatic Society Fall Coin Show

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LVNS Annual Picnic

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The LVNS annual picnic will be tomorrow May 19th at Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs.  It is going to be a fun filled day and I hope to be able to share a few photos in the coming week.  I regrettably will not be attending, as I am on the East coast.   Should you have any questions or would like to join please call Joe at 702-860-6032 for more information.

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May 18, 2012 at 9:09 am

Las Vegas Numismatic Society | Meeting 4.14.2012

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The latest LVNS club meeting was held this past Saturday, April 14, 2012.  The doors open at 2pm and the bourse was exceptionally large.  There was a good buzz around as collectors and dealers bought and sold coins and bullion.   The meeting started at 3pm, and there was barely an empty seat in the house.  After a little bit of business which, was handled by our President, Joe Cavallaro.  There were two excellent presentations.  Joe talked about the 100 year anniversary of the Titanic sinking, and shared some really neat artifacts.  Then Larry brought in an incredible Ship related collection of notes and coins.  It is amazing to see how each and everyone’s passions shine through when talking about things they love.  After a small break for refreshments, there was raffle mania in the house.  I personally won a replica post card from the Titanic that was accompanied by an authentic 1912 Barber Dime, very cool!  Then to my surprise I heard my name again and I won a 2012 Denver Mint Uncirculated Coin Set.  So if you have a couple of hours feel free to join us at our next meeting it is truly a fun time, and a chance to talk shop with fellow enthusiasts!  Next month we will be having our Annual picnic at Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs.  Should you have any questions or would like to join please call Joe at 702-860-6032 for more information.

Written by Robert L. Wilson

April 16, 2012 at 9:11 am

Las Vegas Numismatic Society | Meeting 3.17.2012

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The next regular club meeting will be on Saturday, March 17. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
The doors open at 2pm for our bourse and social hour. The meeting starts at 3pm Everyone is welcome! Raffles, door-prizes, special refreshments, coin supplies, presentations and lots of fun. Come spend a couple of hours with us and bring the Kids! FREE ADMISSION and plenty of parking. We meet at the Charleston Heights Art Center which is located at 800 S. Brush St near the intersection of Charleston & Decatur. It sits one block behind Arizona Charlies Casino on Decatur. Call Joe at 702-860-6032 for more information. Thanks and see you there !

Written by Robert L. Wilson

March 16, 2012 at 7:17 am

Las Vegas Numismatic Society | Coin Show

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If you’re in Las Vegas this weekend be sure not to miss The Las Vegas Numismatic Society’s 49th Annual coin show!  All of the information you need is right above.  The Coin Raffle prizes are as follows:

  • Prizes
  • 1st:  $500 Bill
  • 2nd:  $2.50 Gold Coin
  • 3rd:  1/10 oz Gold Eagle
  • 4th:  GSA Silver Dollar
  • 5th:  Uncut Sheet of $1 Bills
  • 6th-10th:  1 oz Silver

Oyster Bar | Palace Station

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The Palace Station Oyster Bar is live-action cooking and may just be the best kept secret in Las Vegas… but not for long. Order up fresh Little Neck clams steamed to perfection or mussels fresh from the deep blue sea. Try a bowl of New England clam chowder or cioppino, gumbo or a pasta dish while you sit at the bar.  I have been frequenting this oyster bar for more than ten years now, and I don’t blink an eye when I have to wait an hour on occasion.  If you’re in town for the Coin Show, be sure to stop by and have a bite.

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March 1, 2012 at 8:01 am

Las Vegas Numismatic Society | Meeting & Auction

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The Las Vegas Numismatic Society is having a meeting and benefit auction featuring 30 lots of coins and collectibles this Saturday starting at 2pm.  The meeting will be held at the Charleston Heights Art Center located at 800 South Brush Street Las Vegas, NV.  For more information go to the LVNS page here.  Everyone is welcome!

Pieces of Las Vegas

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One of the main principles of economics is supply and demand.  It appears that Sin City is lacking the demand for sin, thus the supply is shrinking, proving this principle correct.  Here we have a few of the pieces of Las Vegas that are popping up on auction sites and Craigslist.  The once grand Sahara Hotel and Casino is slowly selling off its bits and pieces until it will come to the fate of other Las Vegas historical buildings, implosion!  These are the solid brass door handles that once welcomed gamblers and fortune seekers alike.  They are for sale and they can be yours, click here.  It sounds like this guy has the monopoly on these items, so he just might be creating his own market.  Though he is right about one thing, they have welcomed the likes of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis JR., Dean Martin, Elvis Presley, and many more!

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December 8, 2011 at 1:35 pm

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