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21st Annual Manhattan Coin Show: Please join us on Sunday, March 15th, 2015 from
10am to 4pm at the Four Points by Sheraton.

The 21st Annual Manhattan Coin Club Show will be March 15, 2015 at the Four Points by Sheraton on Ft. Riley Blvd., Manhattan, KS from 10am to 4pm. Admittance is free. Vendors will be showing and selling all sorts of coins and paper money. The club will also raffle several prizes. Hope to see you there!

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Who We Are:

  • The M.C.C. organization is dedicated to educating and encouraging people in Manhattan, Kansas and surrounding areas to study and collect money and related items.
  • Founded in 1941, our club is one of the state's oldest coin clubs.
  • Members are from all walks of life, and range from youth to retirees. Some are just getting started in coin collecting while others have been collectors for years.
Building a coin collection can be a difficult process. Doing research on coin collecting is vital to making a good investment and you should do as much research as you can. This is a great place to learn and participate in this great hobby!!


Please be our guest at our next club meeting! We meet from 7:30 to 9:00 pm on the second Tuesday of each month at the America Legion at 114 McCall Drive next to Wal-Mart. Our meeting room is on the north end of the building and you may enter by the north doors. Parking is available on the north and west sides of the building.


Benefits of attending:
  • A silent auction is held each meeting
  • A door prize is awarded.
  • Meetings are open to everyone.
  • Membership dues are currently $10.00 a year for adults and $5.00 for juniors.
For more information call Dave at: (785) 776-1433. Or email info@manhattancoinclub.org.


Club Officers

Melissa - President

Doyle - Vice-President

Dave - Treasurer

Chuck - Secretary

Guy - Librarian

Guy - ANA Representative

Chris & Mark - Coin Show Chair and Co-Chair

Silent Auction

PCGS Introduces the StartHere Program for New Collectors

If you have recently inherited a coin collection, returned to the hobby, or are otherwise new to coins, PCGS has developed a new web site just for you: www.pcgs.com/StartHere. It tells you what to do with your coins and spells out your options in the simplest terms.



Manhattan Coin Collectors Club -- Founded 1941 -- ANA Member Since 1958

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