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Fall Toronto Coin Expo to be Cancelled
Published on July 21, 2021
To be part of the fall Toronto Coin Expo auctions, contact the auction firms to consign your collection today and have your items sold alongside these spectacular highlights.
Dear Collector Community,
We know many of you have been awaiting this update and would like to thank you for your patience.
The City of Toronto is taking the re-opening phase slowly & cautiously, doing their best to address immediate concerns related the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on the current protocols at our Toronto event facility, the Toronto Reference Library is closed to social gathering events for the 2021 season. The in-person Toronto Coin Expo Fall show, scheduled for October 1-2, 2021, will not be held.
The Toronto Coin Expo prides itself on providing a hub for all of our numismatic community. The 2022 shows are scheduled for April 29-30 & September 30-October 1, and we look forward to seeing everyone at the Spring and Fall Coin Expo shows that will accentuate safety, security, and equality as we welcome new and past ven- dors and attendees to the numismatic community.
THE 2021 FALL AUCTIONS ARE ON
I would like to welcome Sean Isaacs from Alliance Coin & Banknote to the Toronto Coin Expo family, as he brings with him a few decades of numismatic experience, and maintains the Expo’s values of trust and integrity in the numismatic industry. Alliance will be running the Thursday night auction at the Fall Coin Expo shows, and the Bell’s will be running the Spring sale and Friday night fall auctions.
The Toronto Coin Expo is excited to be working with Brian Bell from Geoffrey Bell Auction and with our new auction partner, Sean Isaacs from Alliance Coin & Banknote, and both firms will be running the 2021 Toronto Coin Expo Fall auctions online in absence of the physical show September 30 & October 1 2021. Online coin and banknote auctions continue to be extremely popular with many rarities being offered and spectacular prices realized.
Geoffrey Bell Auction Highlights
1) Canadian Bank of Commerce, 1892 $5 blue YUKON overprint, from the Yukon Gold Rush. CH 75-14- 04c. Note grades a pleasing PMG VF25, and has a bold man- uscript signature. From the H. Don Allen Collection.
2) Royal Bank of Canada, 1920 $100 issued from Georgetown, British Guiana. PMG VF30. CH 630-36-06. From the H. Don Allen Collection.
3) Key Date Canada decimal coin, 1948 Silver $1, graded by ICCS MS63.
Alliance Coin & Banknote Highlights
1) A very scarce low-numbered Occupation Note. Jer- sey One Pound 1941-42,
issued under German Occupation, PMG UNC-62 with serial number “5”.
2) A Fabulous Autographed Note of the Central Bank of Honduras - 5 Lempiras 1950, signed at the Bank’s opening ceremonies by officials including the President and Minister of Finance, PCGS UNC-64.
3) A Key-Date early English Sovereign - Gold Sovereign 1818 of George III, PCGS Genuine, AU Details.
4) An Elusive “Indian Head” Quarter Eagle - United States $2 1⁄2 Gold 1911-D, Bold D, PCGS AU-58.
CONSIGN TODAY WITH GEOFFREY BELL AUCTIONS & ALLIANCE COIN &
To be part of the fall Toronto Coin Expo auctions, contact the auction firms to consign your collection today and have your items sold alongside these spectacular highlights. This is certainly going to be one of the most excit- ing 2021 Canadian sales; join the fun!
We will continue to keep you updated with regular posts to social media and YouTube in addition to content highlighting current numismatic news and hobby-related content. Many of our vendors are open for business and we encourage you to contact them, even if just to say, “Hi.”
Contact us with any questions you may have:
Jared Stapleton Toronto Coin Expo 647-403-7334 firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Bell Geoffrey Bell Auctions 506-333-7778 email@example.com
Sean Isaacs Alliance Coin & Banknote 613-256-6785 firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you again for your continued support and we wish you safety and
health during these times.
Jared Stapleton, Brian Bell, & Sean Isaacs
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