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NUMISMATA Frankfurt

November 4, 2017 - November 5, 2017

We cordially invite you to the 13th NUMISMATA Frankfurt on 4 and 5 November 2017 !

The NUMISMATA is a world-famous coin fair with an unmistakable flair and cultivated tradition since 1970!

It is a large numismatic event for coins and medals from antiquity to modern times, primitive money, banknotes, historical securities, stocks and much more. NUMISMATA is one of the most important meeting places for international audiences.

 

At the fair waiting for you:

● excellent trade fair organization and customer-oriented service;

● our support, flexibility and cooperation;

● wide range of services;

● extensive range of modern and historical payment methods;

● wide range of precious metals;

● Technical literature and accessories;

● expert estimates and advice on collecting and investing.

 

We are looking forward to welcoming all suppliers, collectors, money hunters, interested parties and curious people at the trade fair!

 

Prices and Tickets:

 

6, – € on Saturday

4, – € for groups of 10 or more and members of the coin association

4, – € on Sunday

7, – € season ticket

Adolescents up to 16 years are free

Tickets will be available for sale from 8 am on the box office at the Halleneingang.

Details

Start:
November 4, 2017
End:
November 5, 2017
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Website:
http://numismata.de/en/frankfurt-2/registration-2/

Venue

Messe Frankfurt, Forum, Hall Panorama,
Ludwig-Erhardt Anlage 1
Frankfurt am Main, 60327 Germany
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Phone:
49 69 75 75-0
Website:
http://www.messefrankfurt.com/frankfurt/en.html

Organizer

MOC

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