Arizona's Oldest Continuously Active Coin Club

The Club meets every 2nd (Business Meeting) and 4th Tuesday (Education Meeting) 
of every month from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. 

The Education meeting offers presentations from members  on his or her numismatic specialty. 

Every meeting  offers such topics such as "Show & Tell" and "Ask the Expert." 
 Door prizes are also available to all attending and raffle prices up to $50.00.
All visitors welcome at no charge.

The Club meets at the Fraternal Order of Police Hall. 
3445 North Dodge Blvd. 
Dodge and Rillito River

March 15, 2015 Coin Show
   The Show will be held at the Tucson Fraternal Order of  Police Hall.
3445  N. Dodge Blvd.
Dealer set up: 7:00 a.m.
Show: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Tables will sell for $50.00. Contact Show Chairman Jerry  Adamczyk  
520-305-5513  for information.
Printed Reservation Form

Free parking.
  No admission fee.
Free coin and currency appraisals.
Purchasing coins and currency.
Purchancing gold and silver.
Hourly Door Prize drawing.
Annual Raffle Prize drawing.

Annual Raffle Prizes.
 Drawing, March 15, 2015.

1st Prize
1913 Indian Head $5 Gold.

2nd Prize
1982 Chinese Gold Panda.

3rd Prize
1879 S Morgan Silver Dollar, PCGS, MS 64.

"Early Bird Drawing" 2003 Silver Eagle, Proof.
Drawing: January 27th
Tucson Coin Club Business Meeting
at the Tucson Fraternal Order of  Police Hall.
3445  N. Dodge Blvd.
7:00 pm.

December 9th Business Meeting
The following Club Members were elected to the 2015 Officer and
Board of Directors 

(L to R)  
Jack Wager - Sgt. at Arms, Larry Hamm - Treasurer,
Katherine Graves - Secretary, Albert Dreher - Immediate Past President,
Jerry Adamczyk - President,
John Fehser - Member at Large, Steve Roddy - Vice President.


January 27th Education Meeting.
The meeting will be held at Fraternal Order of Police Hall. 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm.  
Every meeting  offers Show & Tell" and "Ask the Expert."  Door prizes are also 
available to all attending and raffle prices up to $50.00.
All visitors welcome at no charge. Free  parking.

Memberships Expire on the 31st
Club dues are due again! Yearly memberships will expire at the end of the
month. A youth membership [age 17 and under] is $6. A regular membership [age 18 to 59] is $20 for the year. Seniors [60+] get to spend $18 for their year. After those dues are paid, Katherine will give you that ever popular sticker for the back of your card. It can get you discounts at some coins shows on admissionsónot half bad there. You may pay at any meeting, or you can
send Katherine a check made out to the TCC to PO Box 17021,
Tucson, AZ 85731. Katherine will send you the new sticker to affix to your card.

Library Check Out
All members of the Tucson Coin club are welcome to check out any book from
the club's extensive library. Anyone wishing to borrow a book, please see either Don Garland or member-at- large John Fehser for check-out procedure.

Gold, Silver Buyer and Sellers!
To all Tucson Coin Club members and visitors to
 this site. Do not sell you're gold and silver to anyone but recognized Tucson coin
dealers "Fly-by-night" hotel buyers and many local "Gold Buyers" will not give
you a  fair price for your gold and silver.  The Tucson Coin Club recommends the
following local dealers to visit and obtain a fair and honest bid on your gold, silver and gems.

American Stamp & Coin Co.

Peter Spooner, Numismatist

Eagle Eye Rare Coin

Rick Snow, Owner, Operator

Catalina Coin Shop
Mike Brady, Owner

Glass Shoppe Coins
Tony Tumonis, Owner, Operator

Mini-Mint of Tucson
Christopher Ramsey,  Owner, Operator

Old Pueblo Coin Exchange Inc.
Rob Weiss, Owner, Operator

Tucson Coin & Autograph
Brett Sadovnick, Owner, Operator

Let Jane Stubbs know  . . . .
Please be sure to let me know if your address or email changes. I canít send you the newsletter if I do not have the correct information. You can either email me
at or send the info to me at TCC, PO Box, 17021,
Tucson, AZ 85731.

Volunteer for an Education Meeting
Please see Vice President Steven Roddey if you would like to volunteer for one
of the education meetings. The membership enjoys hearing different kinds of
talks. The ANA can be a source of information to help develop presentations.
Give it a try. I have a projector that can be used with a laptop if you need one
for a PowerPoint slide show. I can bring my laptop too, if needed.  Just let
Steven or Jane Stubbs now what you will need, and we can get the necessary items for you.

Annual Awards Banquet
The Annual Awards Banquet to honor those who keep the club running smoothly will be coming up soon. As the details become available.

Tucson Coin Club
P.O. Box 17021
Tucson, Arizona 85731