Rob and Robbie will be gassing up The Reeded Edge mobile this week to head towards southwestern North Carolina for The North Carolina Numismatic Association’s Annual Convention and Coin Show. This is a quirky and intimate southern show where we never know quite what to expect. The Cabarrus Arena & Events Center is about 15 minutes outside of the town of Concord (a Charlotte suburb known best as the home of The Charlotte Motor Speedway), and is literally, in the middle of nowhere. Despite the odd location and the arena’s pay-to-park policy, people still do show up for this event. Although this venue has had a recent record of moving around the state, this is the third consecutive show at the arena, suggesting some logistical stability. The quality of the audience varies from show to show, but the potential for something to happen in this dynamic area of North Carolina is always present. It’s what keeps the guys coming back year after year. Rob and Robbie are only one week removed from a successful and fruitful Virginia Numismatic Association Convention, and as a consequence of a six-figure buying frenzy, will have hundreds of new coins in tow. Aside from their multi-million dollar inventory of certified coins available for sale, the guys will also be actively buying. Just look for the giant BUYING BUYING BUYING sign located behind their booth at the left-front of the bourse floor. If you have any significant coins or an entire, fresh collection, The Reeded Edge would love to be your go-to dealer. Please be sure to offer the guys anything of interest, as their open checkbook policy will be in full force. If Charlotte is in your plans for what promises to be a gorgeous upcoming Fall weekend, please stop by the arena on Friday or Saturday, and say hi-The Reeded Edge would love to see you at the show!
https://www.reedededge.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/banner.png 0 0 Rob Lehmann https://www.reedededge.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/banner.png Rob Lehmann2019-10-02 16:02:312019-10-02 16:16:26The Reeded Heads to Charlotte for the N.C.N.A. Annual Convention