Press release from Numismata
On March 7 and 8, the capital of Bavaria once again became the venue
of a major numismatic event. As was to be expected, the 48th edition
of the Munich Numismata attracted collectors and dealers from all
around the world. They witnessed a fair that was successful in every
For 45 years now, Numismata is one of these events that are a firmly
established date in the calendar of all those interested in classical
numismatics. A great many visitors were to be expected, therefore,
flocking to the 48th Numismata in Munich on March 7 and 8, 2015. No
less than 4,000 visitors came to attend this extraordinary numismatic event.
The superb organization, the service tailored to the customers’
needs and the broad range of offers — everything collectors and
dealers appreciate about Numismata in general they likewise found in
Munich, in the quality they are used to. Quality was supplemented by
quantity: a large offer was destined to fulfill virtually every need
of the numismatic aficionado.
From ancient to modern times, from Germany to New Zealand, from
coins to historical security papers: the spectrum covered every area.
It was completed by pre-monetary currencies, specialist literature and
numismatic accessories. A professional grading service as well as
advisory services relating to collecting and investing in coins
addressed both dye-in-the-wool collectors and intrigued novices.
A special attraction of the 48th Munich Numismata was available at
the booth of the Official Sales Agency for Collector’s Coins of the
Federal Republic of Germany: it started the first sale of the 2015
Germany Mint State and Proof Coin Set.
As always, many surprises awaited the visitors at the booth of the
German Numismatic Trade Association.
Highly popular was the “1 for 1.11 Euro” swapping event. As is
tradition, there are three coins available from one of the countries
that have introduced the euro at the beginning of the year. This time,
the buyer purchased three mint state coins from Lithuania at a price
of just one euro. Anyone interested in acquiring a complete Lithuanian
euro coin set in the exclusive Numismata Blister in limited edition
had the chance to do so at the Numismata information desk.
Another feature that likewise found a particularly positive echo was
the complimentary new fair catalog. Published by Numismata in
co-operation with CoinsWeekly, it provided the collectors not only
with a complete price guide to the historical thaler of Louis I but
also with much useful and fascinating information about the numismatic
world of Munich. Thus, it was hardly surprising that the 3000 copies
were in high demand.
Future Numismata events are scheduled for Oct. 17 and 18 in Berlin
and Nov. 14 and 15 in Frankfurt/Main.
The next Munich NUMISMATA is scheduled for March 5 and 6, 2016.
For more information about the Numismata shows, visit the show website.
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