A new appeal is on the program of events surrounding the upcoming American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money that this summer.
The ANA Dealer Day isn’t available to the public. The event will offer numismatic traders with an chance to preview and buy stock from sellers that are available. Trader Day will operate from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Bourse tables for Dealer Day can be found to ANA-member traders at a price of $250 per table, which comprises two employees per table. Additional employees spots can be purchased for $125 each. Table accessibility at Dealer Day is available only to traders who have obtained a bourse table to the World’s Fair of Money occasion.
Entry to Dealer Day necessitates a resale certificate, national tax ID or tax license, if to procure a table or obtain entrance. The price of entry at the door to get non-table holder traders is $125, though a VIP bundle is available for $225 which includes early entrance into the first evening of the World’s Fair of Money.
Agents from Numismatic Guaranty Corp., the ANA’s official uncommon coin authentication and grading service, and staff out of Professional Coin Grading Services will be accessible to accept admissions, but no onsite grading will be finished.
Trader Day attendees may also have the ability to look at lots for the upcoming World’s Fair of Money auctions to be held this week by Stack’s Bowers Galleries and Heritage Auctions.
Further Information about the conference are in the World’s Fair of Money page in the ANA’s site, money.org.