I'm looking forward to the Central States show and the first one I've attended in several years. We've all been disrupted by covid and perhaps we'll never be the same again as a society, while there was no shortage of effects on the numismatic world.
However, this show promises to break the mold and erase some of the creeping morass that many of us have observed at the typical major convention. We are also buoyed by a robust bullion market, which at this writing has gold at $2021 and silver at $24.90. It should be a great event for all who attend. My table is #1503 during the show.
Among the doings will be the National Silver Dollar Roundtable (NSDR) banquet at Morton's Steakhouse on Thursday evening, April 27. The NSDR was founded in 1982 and is composed of enthusiastic and accomplished silver dollar collectors and dealers, with most being Life Members. All members are invited to attend and those life members are entitled to a gratis great dinner at Morton's. If you're not a member, you should be!! Check out the NSDR website at www.NSDR.net or www.NSDR.org.
If you're interested in joining or you need tickets to the banquet, please contact NSDR Secretary, Diana Wuller at 618-316-4110 or email@example.com. Seating is limited and it's always been a sell-out! Diana will be at table #808, Arrowhead Coin & Jewelry.