Waukesha Coin Club Newsletter
VOL.XLX June 2018 #6
Our May meeting included Tom’s presentation on the Mississippi River Notes Part 1. Next meeting will include Part 2. The July meeting will be held on the 11th since the first Wednesday in July falls on the 4th. Discussion for the evening included, newly discovered 1854 San Francisco $5 gold piece, Cryptocurrency, The Greatest Showman and the Connecticut Commemorative Half Dollar, St. Augustine cathedral, wooden nickel from defunct Sambo’s Restaurant. Dave H. won second place for his Bank Collection exhibit at the CSNS show in April. Mark Melby taking orders for new Red Books at June meeting.
- Mark Melby taking orders for new Red Books, $11/12 small spiral/hard book, $25 large spiral. Call him or tell him at June meeting. He will pick them up in June and deliver in July.
- Our next regular meeting of the Waukesha Coin Club will be held at 7:00 P.M. on Wednesday, July 11th , at the Waukesha Salvation Army meeting room located at 445 Madison Street. The Salvation Army is located one block west of the corner of Highway 18 and Madison Street. Enter through the back door and take the elevator to the second floor.
- Guests Welcome: If anyone wants to bring new collectors young or old to the meetings, remember that guests are always welcome!
Trivia: Which African-American was the first to be depicted on an American coin and on a U.S. postage stamp?
Pot Coin: Any 90% silver 1 dollar denomination coin (incl. Commemorative) G or better.
June 9, 2018 – Rice Lake
Barron County Coin Club Show at Cedar Mall, 2900 South Main Street, Rice Lake. 9:30 am to 3pm. Bourse Chair: Sue Peterson P.O. Box 362, Rice Lake, WI 54868
July 28, 2018 – Woodruff, WI
Lakeland Coin and Stamp Club 13th Annual Show at Woodruff Town Hall Community Room, Hwy 47 S, Woodruff, WI. Saturday, Hours: 9am – 4pm. Free Admission. Contact: Dean Marin 715-356-9453
Refreshments: Sara P.
Door Prizes – Tina S.
WCC 2018 Presentation Schedule:
May – Tom S. – Mississippi River
June – Tom S. – Mississippi River Part2
July- Bob B. – Mel Fisher
August – John W. MPC
September – Don K. Auction-Tentative
October – Tina S.
November – Dick P. – Exonumia
December – Christmas Dinner – OPEN
Collector’s Challenge: A Challenge to report coins found in change this year. Any coin or token of interest will be listed in the newsletter after reported. The winner will be voted on at end of year.
Chicago Transit Token – Randy R. (Coin machine)
Washington Quarter w/ edge flattend both sides – Glenn J. (In change)
1994 10 Cent Centavos – Randy R. (Coin Machine)
Wheat penny in change from a Dollar Store – Mark Ch.
Buffalo nickel with the date rubbed off at a Chinese restaurant – Mark Ch.
Clipped Lincoln Cent (Poor Condition) – John W
1928 Wheat Cent – Dick P (Change)
2001 – 20 pence seven sided coin, vending machine at school – Ryan B
1974 s cent in bathroom at Rocky’s – Ryan B.
1948-S Roosevelt Dime at Value Pharmacy by Mark M.
1941 clipped nickel in change – Frank B.
Wheat cents in change – Frank B
100 peso coin in Coinstar – Randy R
2007 Canadian nickel at Aldi – Dick P