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Annual Coin Show

Annual coin show - Saturday-Sunday, January 20-21, 2018!
BOEING EMPLOYEES' COIN CLUB (BECC) ANNUAL COIN & CURRENCY SHOW, JANUARY 20-21, 2018 at Kent Commons, 525 4th Ave. N, Kent, WA

See 2018 coin show flyer in PDF format
Open to Public — Free Admission — Free Parking
Saturday 10AM to 5PM, Sunday 10AM to 4PM

The previous coin show was JANUARY 21-22, 2017 at Kent Commons.

See 2017 coin show flyer in PDF format.

See 2017 coin show report/photos.

BECC Coin Show General Chairman as of June 2017: Michael Nau, Racemike74@gmail.com, phone 425-369-9273.

BECC Coin Show Bourse Chairman: David E. Buehler, phone 425-237-6979.

The BECC looks forward to its annual coin and currency show in January at the Kent Commons, 525 4th Avenue North, Kent, Washington. The show is the second largest in Washington and one of the largest in the Pacific Northwest with about 60 dealers participating and arguably the best liked show as well. Dealers and buyers from across the country very much enjoy our venue because of the vast variety of numismatic materials available, the low cost to the dealers and the no-cost admittance and free parking.

BECC annual shows may have a small allotment of dealer tables available. BECC wishes to maintain about 60 dealers. Although the vast majority of our dealers come from up and down the west coast, we do have dealers that come from the east coast and Midwest. Unlike most shows, we try to promote some of our newer dealers by giving them a premium spot their first year. Dealers may contact the show chairman and/or bourse chairman for further discussion and bourse applications.

Wooden nickels and elongated cents (see above) with the 747-8 Intercontinental design were available at the 2017 coin show until supplies were exhausted. (One free wooden nickel and one free elongated cent per show attendee. Additional cents can usually be purchased.)

  • 60 coin dealer booths with 150+ tables! – buy, sell, trade, appraisals(*).
  • FREE raffle drawings for coins.
  • FREE souvenir wooden nickels.
  • Coin, token, medal & paper money exhibits (displays) – Display awards.
    Click on this link for current collector exhibit information as well as a summary of past award winners.
    Exhibits from non-BECC members are welcome and are eligible for most awards.
  • FREE overflow parking in regional justice center garage on weekends.
  • Early Bird Entry available at 9:00 AM Saturday for a cost of $60. Please note: "Early Birds" are expected to follow appropriate etiquette, and not disturb dealers who do not wish to be disturbed during setup. Failure to do so may result in expulsion from the show without refund.
  • YN/Scout Merit Badge Activity - See information below.

(*) Not all dealers will do free appraisals, and quantities and types of items that can be appraised are limited. Please inquire with individual dealers at the show. No buying or selling is allowed on Kent Commons property except with dealers renting booths at the show.

Please note: dealer tables for the BECC annual coin show often sell out early. For more information, contact the bourse chairman (see above or see the officers page). Please contact the general chairman for other show questions.

For regular BECC meetings, see the meetings & announcements page.

For other coin shows and events, please see the PNNA calendar at www.pnna.org/calendar.html.

Nor sure exactly what to expect at a coin show? See the PNNA reference section coin show page for some guidance.

YN/Scout Merit Badge Activity - Two tables are usually set aside at the coin show for Young Numismatists (YN’s) activities. The goal of the YN table and display is to encourage and inform kids about coin collecting and answer any questions they have. For further information contact Anthony at mtns2hike@yahoo.com.

Past Coin Shows