Waukesha Coin Club Newsletter
VOL.LIV Sept 2022 #9
ANA # C-1070749
Thank you to everyone that attended the August meeting.
WWII Coin presentation by Ryan.
The presentation from Ryan was very inspirational. The zinc pennies were produced in
1943 to spare the copper for 50 caliber bullets. Although there were a few left over
copper blanks from 1942 that did get minted in 1943. Do not purchase any 1943 D
mint mark pennies though. It will be a counterfeit. The Nickel was reduced to 35%
silver in 1942. Germany was also changing the metallic composition of their coins
because of the war efforts. They had coins that were made of zinc as well. It was
astounding that they had 7 mints creating coins. How did they keep them staffed? I
would think everyone would have been a soldier. Thanks Ryan for the information.
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
Regarding Chet Krause Memorial
We are going to support the efforts for Chet’s memorial. The club will match all
contributions submitted for the memorial up to $500. Please have your donations to
Chuck by our Christmas Party.
The director of the mint attended the World Fair of Money event in Chicago. She was
there on Tuesday Aug 16th. The booth was also trading quarters for the latest
American Women Quarters Nina Otero-Warren. Hopefully some of you were able to
attend the event.
Aug Trivia Question Answer: The first coin minted by the US with the Motto “In
God We Trust” was the 1864 2 cent coin.
Next Meeting: Wednesday, Sept 7th, 7:00 PM, Waukesha Salvation Army meeting
room located at 445 Madison Street, 2nd Floor.
Pot Coin: Any silver dime. pre 1965
Door Prizes: Ron will be bringing the door prizes this month
September Trivia Question: The 1972 Ike dollar had 3 different reverse designs. Can
you explain the 3 differences?
We are starting the plans for the Christmas party. Please consider where you want to have the party and the menu you are interested in. Do you want to bring a display of your collection?
Sept 7 Large Cents Steve W.
Oct 5 Presentation “Barbers” – Chuck P.
Nov 2 Auction Night
Dec 7 Christmas Party
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/
September 11, 2022
Join us each month for the West Suburban Coin & Collectibles Show.
Hours are 9am to 3pm
Location: Local 150 Union Hall, 6200 Joliet Rd, Countryside, IL
December is a larger 2 Day Holiday Show
Info: Kevin Wasmer, 630-399-9060
Free Admission & Free Parking
October 30, 2022
Nicolet Coin Club Show
1963 Holmgren Way
Green Bay, WI 54304
Contact: Bob Chambers Phone:1920562979
Hours: Sun 9 -3
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