“As part of the 50th anniversary theme, there will be daily drawings to give away 1964 Mint and Proof sets to lucky, registered visitors.”
Admission to the show is $8 for adults, $4 for seniors and children aged 8 to 16. However, as part of the 50th anniversary celebration, anyone can get a free admission coupon online for the upcoming show.
There will be educational seminars and club meetings during the show, and special coin and stamp collecting activities for children on Saturday. More than 500 dealers will be buying and selling coins, paper money, stamps, postcards, sports memorabilia, historical documents, estate jewelry and other collectibles.
About 20 years later they sold the show to Sam Lopresto who operated it until 1992 when he sold it to Ron Gillio and Paul Kopenhaver who subsequently organized the show under the corporate name, Expos Unlimited. In 1995, Koppenhaver sold his share of Expos Unlimited to Gillio. Gillio continued to operate the three-times-a-year show until he sold it in 2006 to Collectors Universe, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLCT), the show’s current owner and corporate parent of Professional Coin Grading Service and Professional Sports Authenticator.