An interview with Douglas Smith, president of the Casino Chip and Gaming Token Collectors Club
Collecting casino chips is a rich area of numismatics that goes
beyond just picking up chips. Collectors take in everything that
has to do with casinos -- matchbooks, dice, sugar packets and much,
much more. If it has anything to do with a casino, the members of
the Casino Chip and Gaming Token Collectors Club probably collect
it. Here, president Douglas Smith gives a short overview of the
club and its activities.
What's the Coolest Thing In Your Booth? With Mike Stair
Mike Stair, owner of Stair Coin and Currency Exchange in Gray,
Maine, displays some of the scrip used in Texas after the state
broke off from Mexico. Stair is a native Texan who relocated to the
Northeast, but it's clear he still loves the history of his home
What's the coolest thing in your booth? With Provident Metals
Jake Haugen with Provident Metals displays the 22 kilo cast
copper bar and explains how it's made.
What's the coolest thing in your booth? With Daniel Sedwick
Daniel Frank Sedwick LLC is holding a lot viewing at the Dallas
National Money Show for an online auction of sunken treasures that
will be held online at www.SedwickAuction.com on Oct. 25-26. Here,
he gives us a look at some of the stunning gold pieces and other
treasures that will be part of that auction.
Opening ceremonies of the National Money Show
ANA Executive Director Jeff Shevlin and ANA President Tom
Hallenbeck welcome members and the public to the second Fall
National Money Show at the Dallas Convention Center.
Highlights of the Heritage Auctions U.S. Coin Signature Auction