Tweets from the CSNS Show: We keep you up to date on the happenings around the Central States convention

Tweets and other web posts will be available throughout the day
By , Coin World
Published : 04/23/15
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As the Central States Numismatic Show kicks into gear today, Coin World's own Steve Roach and Joe O'Donnell will be streaming the activity surrounding the event's opening day. Twitter, Facebook, as well as Steve's personal account will all be fair game as one of the largest coin expos in the Midwest gets underway in Schaumburg, Ill. 

Track all social media posts below, and be sure to follow @RoachDotSteve and @CoinWorld for all of our updates.

Another empty booth to honor the late J.H. Cline. #CSNS2015

Posted by Coin World on Friday, April 24, 2015

Watch a coin sell for more than $400,000 at the Heritage Auctions Platinum Night auction at CSNS 2015 as auctioneer Chris Dykstra takes the bids.

Posted by Coin World on Thursday, April 23, 2015

Had a great chat today at CSNS 2015 with Charmy Harker (aka The Penny Lady) about Women In Numismatics, of which she is...

Posted by Coin World on Thursday, April 23, 2015

Heritage Auctions auctioneer Mike Saddler finishes with a preview of an MS-65 1795 Flowing Hair dollar that will be available at tonight's Platinum Night auction with a current bid of $260,000.

Posted by Coin World on Thursday, April 23, 2015

Heritage Auctions auctioneer Mike Saddler continues with a preview of a PR-67 1880 $4 Coiled Hair gold coin that will be available at tonight's Platinum Night auction with a current bid of $1.3 million.

Posted by Coin World on Thursday, April 23, 2015

We talked with Consignment Director and Auctioneer Mike Saddler of Heritage Auctions about one of tonight's Platinum Night auction highlights here at the Central States Numismatic Society convention.

Posted by Coin World on Thursday, April 23, 2015

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