Oct ’22 Newsletter

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Waukesha Coin Club Newsletter
VOL.LIV Oct 2022  #10
www.waukeshacoinclub.com
ANA # C-1070749

Thank you to everyone that attended the September meeting.


Presentation Large Cent
1793 was the official start of minting coins for the United States. Steve’s presentation highlighted the large cent that was used from 1793 to 1857. 8 different designs where created. They were pure copper. The design of the coin from 1797 to 1807 was not popular. 1815 was the year no large cents were minted. The 1858 Flying Eagle replaced the large cent. Thanks for the information Steve.

November Coin Club Auction
Calling all sellers and buyers. We will be having the Annual
coin Auction in November. Between now and October 19th,
give Randy or Don a description of your items you would like
to auction, with a minimum bid amount. The auction items
will be published in the November Newsletter. Bring your
items to the November meeting. Bring Money to the
November meeting. Cash only will be accepted so we can
pay out the proceeds that night. No fee is charged by the
club.

Calling all Bell Ringers. We do not know where we will be ringing on November 26th. The Salvation Army is always gracious enough to host our meetings. It is time to give back. Please consider joining us for an hour or two on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.

Regarding Chet Krause Memorial
I hope everyone is working on generously donating through the club for the Chet Krause Memorial. There is a flyer that was handed out to the members at the meeting in September. Chet Krause Memorial Flyer

Sept Trivia Question Answer: The 3 reverse designs on the 1972 lke Dollar was the silver proof, the moon with the Florida Keys Islands and the moon without the Florida Keys Islands

Next Meeting: Wednesday, Oct 5th, 7:00 PM, Waukesha Salvation Army meeting
room located at 445 Madison Street, 2nd Floor.

Pot Coin: Any Susan B. Anthony
Door Prizes: Olivia will be bringing the door prizes this month
Refreshments: Marcia will be bringing refreshments for the October Meeting.

October Trivia Question: What was the first US Coin to have a value on it?

2022 Calendar:
Oct 5 Presentation “Barbers” – Chuck P.
Nov 2 Auction Night
Dec 7 Christmas Party – Do you want to bring a display of your collection?
Jan 4 Please consider presenting in 2023
Feb 1 TBD

Did you know that you get a coin for presenting at the meeting? You do. If you have a
topic but need some help presenting or need someone to talk on your behalf, we would
be happy to help.

Coin Shows: www.numismatistsofwisconsin.com/

October 30, 2022
Nicolet Coin Club Show
Stadium View
1963 Holmgren Way
Green Bay, WI 54304
Contact: Bob Chambers Phone:1920562979
Hours: Sun 9 -3
Admission: Free

November 13, 2022
Milwaukee Numismatic Society
Sheraton Milwaukee Brookfield Hotel
375 S. Moorland Road
Brookfield, WI 53005
Contact: Chris K http://www.milwaukeenumismaticsociety.com/coinShow.shtm
Hours Sun 9-4
Admission

Here are the links and books that Chuck was able to learn from the counterfeit seminar he took at the ANA meeting in Northern Ill in August. Thanks for sharing Chuck 

Anti-Counterfeiting Educational Foundation, Anti-Counterfeiting Task Force: https://acefonline.org

ANA Archives, Coin World, Numismatic News 

Grading Service and Major Auction sites have high-resolution images of authentic coins Detecting Counterfeit Slabs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyUc347nxkA&t=147s 

Book: PCGS The Official Guide to Coin Grading and Counterfeit Detection, 2nd Edition, https://www.amazon.com/dp/0375720502?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details 

Pocket Guide: Bill Fivaz‘s Counterfeit Detection Guide, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0043G8BBC?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details