With California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s executive order of March 12, 2020, remaining in effect in the country, organizers of the Long Beach Coin, Currency, Stamp and Sports Card Expo, in communicating with the Long Beach Convention Center, have cancelled the planned February 2021 event.

No business will be conducted in the Long Beach Expo throughout the formerly scheduled show times in February, based on expo organizers.

Exactly the very same conditions led to the cancellations of the June and September shows in 2020. The Long Beach Expo is normally held three times annually.

Show organizers say that the security of visitors, dealers and employees is a priority and a crucial factor in their decision making. The projected U.S. coins auction hosted by Heritage Auctions will last with only online and phone bidding. Information are available at ha.com.

Show organizers said their attention is now focusing on programs for its June 17 to 19 Long Beach Expo.

The first Long Beach Expo was held in 1964. Today, parent company Expos Unlimited is a division of Collectors Universe.

Details regarding the future and delivery events are available at www.LongBeachExpo.com.