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MARCH 17-19, 2017

Tukwila Community Center
12424 42nd Ave. So.
Tukwila, WA

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See: PNNA/WCC fall convention information | ANA convention reports

PNNA Spring Convention

It's Over!! - March 17-19, 2017.
The show will be the same weekend next year - March 16-18, 2018.

  • Oldest and biggest annual coin show in the Pacific Northwest.

  • 85 local, regional and national numismatic dealer booths.

  • A 2017 dealer list and map were posted at the show.
    The 2017 dealer list is available as a separate HTML webpage.

  • ANACS (grading service) was at the show again in 2017 - we hope you visited them on the bourse floor. Note: ANACS accepted submissions but a grader was not present at the show.

  • Public show hours: Friday Noon - 7:00 PM, Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM, Sunday 10 AM - 4 PM.

  • Admission $2.00 per day, $5.00 for all three days. Children 12 and under are free.

  • "Early Bird" admission (9:00 AM Fri/Sat/Sun) $30.00.

  • Plenty of free off-street parking. – See the driving directions.

  • Located just 10 minutes from SeaTac Airport and 20 minutes from downtown Seattle.

  • Free sample copies of The Nor'wester were available.
    See 2017 Spring Convention special edition of The Nor'wester online.

  • Educational Numismatic Theater presentations and meetings are normally scheduled for Saturday, although there were no theater presentations this year.

  • Outstanding competitive collector exhibits.

  • Young Numismatist (YN) treasure hunt was offered on Saturday and Sunday. See Young Numismatist (YN) program information.

  • Boy and Girl Scout programs were offered – See scouting page.

  • Hourly door prizes. (Prizes will be mailed to winners not present.)

  • "Squished" or elongated cents were available as souvenirs, thanks to the PNNA's popular machine!

See: 2017 convention report | 2017 collector exhibit report.

Dealers - See PNNA Tukwila bourse application (updated for 2018).

Welcome to Tukwila by General Chairman Kevin Charboneau

Spring is just around the corner. That means it is time for the oldest and largest annual coin show in the Pacific Northwest: The 68th annual Pacific Northwest Numismatic Association Spring Convention and Coin Show! We had to move the show dates because of problems with security and May Day events in Seattle. This year’s show is set for March 17-19.

Dozens of your favorite local, regional and national dealers will cover 85 tables with a wide selection of numismatic and exonumia material in all price ranges. There is sure to be something to excite everybody interest. There will be U.S. coins ranging from colonial coppers to gold double eagles and modern commemoratives. Classic Greek coins and Roman coins of the Caesars will be well represented, along with coins of all other ancient civilizations. Foreign coin enthusiasts will find dealers specializing in medieval coins, modern world coins, and everything in between. Currency collectors will find examples of colonial paper and the entire range of U.S. currency, as well as fascinating and colorful foreign bank notes. Beautiful and historic medals and interesting tokens will be on display and available for sale. People will be buying and selling all kinds of bullion throughout the show. You can also display your collection in a judged exhibit, or enjoy the displays of others.

The annual convention brings together many of our members. This is a great opportunity for our existing members to demonstrate the vitality of our hobby to the newest members of your local club. I encourage you to bring someone as your guest to this event. I am looking for volunteers to help out at the front desk. The job is simply to monitor the people going in and out of the door and answer some very general questions. In return for your one hour of time, you will receive admission for the day to the show. Email with the day you would like to help out. I will assign you a time on a first-come first-serve basis and notify you by return email.

The PNNA annual meeting on Saturday is open to all, and your comments and suggestions on how the PNNA can best promote our wonderful hobby are most welcome.

We’re happy to see you -- enjoy the show!

Hotel info - Courtyard Seattle Sea-Tac Area, Address: 16038 West Valley Highway Tukwila, WA 98188. This year's group rate was $105 (USD) per night.

General Chairman: Kevin Charboneau.

Bourse Chairman: Scott Loos (link to PNNA officers page).

Numismatic Exhibits | Numismatic Theater/Club Meetings | Past spring convention reports