The PAN Coin Show - Pennsylvania Association of Numismatists will be held next on May 9th - 11th, 2019 in Monroeville, Pennsylvania with additional coin shows on Oct 17th - 19th, 2019, May 7th - 9th, 2020, Oct 29th, 2020 and May 6th - 8th, 2021. Our Monroeville, PA coin show is held at the Monroeville Convention Center. The Pennsylvania Association of Numismatists (P.A.N.) Fall Coin Show & Convention is a full experience into the world of numismatics. It is held at the Monroeville Convention Center, near Pittsburgh, PA. There are 150 tables with 100 national and local coin dealers to buy, sell, and trade all numismatic items. A $1 optional door donation enters you in a drawing for a one tenth ounce American Gold Eagle coin.
The PAN Lecture Series that is presented by knowledgeable speakers of various numismatic topics. Featured speaker at this coin show will be Mr. Bob Evans, Chief Scientist and Historian of the S.S. Central America project, and the co-discoverer of the shipwreck site. This shipwreck of 1857 is considered one of the largest gold discoveries ever located with an estimated value of $200 million of gold coins and bullion. His presentation is scheduled for Friday, September 14th.
PAN offers a very active Saturday kid’s program hosted by Robert O. Stakeley from the Heinz History Center. The PANKidZone is free and open to young people under 18 years of age. They learn about rare coins through a fun presentation, filling date folders, giveaways, and a kids auction using PAN Dollars that are earned and provided. The program is family friendly with a positive environment for learning and fun!
We have an educational area that includes competitive collector exhibits to educate the viewer of a specific topic in various numismatic categories. These exhibits are judged by ANA standards. Winners receive numismatic prizes. Free Silver Eagle drawings are held in the exhibit area during the show hours. PAN has a section that is devoted to handouts and giveaway materials. Everyone walks away with something.
We have a numismatic reference library available to use during show hours. It is a quiet area set aside to allow the curious to browse through books that feature a wide range of numismatic subjects. It is dedicated to the memory of numismatic bookseller and PAN charter member, John Burns.