The National Battlefield Coin Shows philosophy is to make their coin shows an event the entire family can enjoy! It showcases products like coins, paper money, tokens, medals and much more. There was free parking, free admission and free appraisals.

With a population of nearly 7,500, the Gettysburg of today offers unique shops and elegant dining, to name a few amenities.

The Battle of Gettysburg was a turning point in the Civil War, and is many believe our nation was saved.

Talisman & Coiner shared the educational services space with two gentlemen representing both the Liberty Seated Collectors Club (LSCC), and the Barber Coin Collectors Club (BCCS).

The LSCC is a not-for-profit group of over six hundred collectors and dealers dedicated to the study and attribution of the American silver Liberty Seated coinage of the 19th century.

The BCCS is a group of several hundred collectors and dealers dedicated to the study of the American coinage of Charles E. Barber, Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint from 1880 to 1917.

Both are highly specialized organizations, each with their own publication and member base. We coordinated efforts with LSCC and BCCS in order to give small seminars on both days to attendees of the coin show.