The place is also the website of the 82nd anniversary CSNS conference, scheduled April 22 through 24.
“For several decades, there were PNG Days with Central States before 2013, and today we’ll happily be back together,” explained PNG executive manager Robert Brueggeman.
PNG president Richard Weaver adds,”We’re very excited about giving collectors in the exceptional Central States reveals the chance to be the very first to observe the very best material accessible from the top traders in addition to a historical chance to provide coins, banknotes, tokens and medals available to leading buyers”
PNG Day traffic will have access to great deal seeing that day using all the official auctioneers of this CSNS conference, Heritage Auctions (www.HA.com) along with Legend Rare Coin Auctions (www.LegendAuctions.com).
Throughout the CSNS series, Heritage Auctions provides coins in the collections of Bob Simpson and Donald G. Partrick, and Legend Rare Coin Auctions provides collections in the number one pair registry sets of Gerald Forsythe.
The 2021 PNG Day Show opens to the general public at 9:00 a.m. and shuts at 1 Wednesday, April 21. Public admission is $5 at the doornonetheless, entry is free daily to anybody who pre-registers in www.PNGdealers.org/png-events.
Entry into the CSNS conference, April 22, 23 and 24, is free to all Central States associates, and $5 per day for nonmembers.
A restricted variety of bourse tables for PNG Day are offered for PNG member-dealers by calling the Guild by telephone in 951-587-8300 or by email at email@example.com.
Trader programs for tables in the CSNS series are on the CSNS site, www.CentralStatesNumismaticSociety.org.