© 2019 by Old Fort Coin Club | ANA #C-27533 | ISNA #C106 | Central States #L520

Come Join Us

Collectors and guests of all levels, ages and experience are always welcome at our monthly meetings!

Bring your curiosity, knowledge and sense of solidarity and enjoy the camaraderie, education, raffles, refreshments and auction!

Meeting 1st Thursday of each month* @ 7:00pm

*December is an off-site Christmas dinner @6:30pm

Good Shepherd United Methodist Church

4700 Vance Avenue

Entrance 2

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Our Mission

The Old Fort Coin Club is dedicated to the educational, historical, literary, and fraternal nature of numismatics. We encourage the promotion of the advancement of collecting coins, currency, and tokens in all its many forms. We have been providing ongoing encouragement of the hobby for both young and old. We are proud to have promoted Numismatic Excellence since 1956, serving Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio with our member's hundreds of years of collecting experience.

 

Club Meetings

(changing to 1st Thursday starting August 2019)

Meetings start promptly at 7:00pm and usually run until 8:30pm and include the following agenda

  • Brief Business

  • Review of Numismatic shows in the area

  • Discussion of upcoming events

  • Show and Tell

  • Coin Quiz

  • Break for refreshments

  • Educational Presentation

  • Coin Auction

  • Membership Drawings

  • 50/50 Raffle

  • Door Prizes

  • Silver Dollar Raffle

Coin Auction - Items can be bought by any attendees.

Items can only be offered up for auction by members.

 
 

Annual Coin Show

The Old Fort Coin Club has an annual coin shows at the Allen County Fairgrounds each year. It is held on the third Sunday in March. It is free to all guests and participants.

The show is a great place to buy and sell coins. Along with coins, a wide range of items are presented, such as currency, bullion, tokens and exonumia. Foreign coins, ancient and domestic coins can be found at our show.

The annual show is a great place to see and learn about numismatics. There are scores of ways to collect coins and related items. The show is an opportunity to see what items are selling for and what many in the area see as collectable.

There is an average of sixty-five tables sold to dealers for presentation.