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 $25.00.
All visitors welcome at no charge.

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

July 22nd Education Meeting
The club members were treated to a talk on Mexican coins given by former member Dave Cox.  The meeting was held at the Tucson Fraternal Order of  Police Hall at 7:00 pm.  Show & Tell and Ask the Expert."  Door prizes and raffle prizes up to $50.

August 12th Business Meeting
 The meeting was held at the Tucson Fraternal Order of
Police Hall. New member application  for Jesus Martinez and
Mike Kud-Kudi Jaroff were voted upon and approved. Free Parking, Free admission,  Show & Tell and Ask the Expert."  Door prizes and raffle prizes up to $50.

August 26th Education Meeting
Life Member Peter Spooner will speak on Arizona tokens. The meeting will be held at the Tucson Fraternal Order of  Police Hall at 7:00 pm.  Show & Tell and Ask the Expert."  
Door prizes and raffle prizes up to $50.

September 23rd Education Meeting
Bourse Night! Refreshment to be announced next month.

New Special MEMBERS ONLY Raffle
We have a new Members Only Special Raffle - 1995 1/10th Ounce Gold Eagle. Tickets are $2 each with a limit of 3 tickets for each
member. You must be a current member with dues paid. The drawing will be at our September 23rd education meeting, and you do NOT have to be present to win.

If you are unable to attend a meeting to buy your tickets, send your request and payment to the Secretary (Katherine Graves) or the Treasurer (Larry Hamm) to our post office box address.
P.O. Box 17021
Tucson, AZ 85731

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 Company
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 

TCC 2014, Semi-Annual Coin Show -
October 19, 2014, 9:00am - 4:00pm.  The show will be held at  the Fraternal Order of Police Hall, 3445 North Dodge Blvd. Dodge and Rillito River. Free Parking, free, admission, dealers, buyers and selling coins, currency , gold, silver and collectibles. Free appraisals. Call  Jerry tables. Show Chairman Jerry Adamczyk  520-305-5513.

Boy Scout Troop 777 Coin Collecting Merit Badge
Sponsored by: Tucson Coin Club
By: Bruce Benoit, BSA Coin Collecting Merit Badge Counselor

A few months ago the Tucson Coin Club was contacted by Tucson BSA Troop 777 Leaders to conduct a clinic to assist some of their Scouts obtain the coin collecting merit badge. Both I and Larry Hamm volunteered, with Mark Stubbs as a back-up, if
needed. The clinic was held in five one hour sessions, two weeks apart, during a two month period, during June and July, 2014. Seven Scouts attended total with each attending four sessions. The clinic was held during their regular bi-monthly meetings on the East side of Tucson.

The clinic was a bit challenging due to starting and stopping each session as well as several boys not keeping up with the rest, and dealing with summer vacations and Scout camp schedules. We used the clubs Power Point® presentation as a baseline and adapted from there. It was nice working with a smaller group as we could work more one on one with the boys and do some hands on stuff as well.

Larry Hamm, Four of the Troop 777 Scouts (three not pictured), and Bruce Benoit.

Many treasured items were given to the boys, including; coins, Red and Blue books, coin holders, coin folders, magazines, and club membership brochures.  The material was donated by; the Tucson Coin Club, Eagle Eye Rare Coins, Larry Hamm, and Bruce Benoit.

I would like to thank Troop 777 for giving our club a chance to reach out to our community and share our great hobby!


Jane Stubbs know  . . . .
Please be sure to let me know if your address or email changes.
I can’t 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.


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.

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