WHO IS THE WABASH VALLEY COIN CLUB?
The Wabash Valley Coin (and currency) Club is a non-profit organization devoted to the study and promotion
of numismatics and numismatic knowledge in general. The club was founded in 1959. It meets on the 4th Tuesday
of each month, except holidays, in the lower level at the Vigo County Public Library, easy to find at the Corner
of Poplar and S. 7th Street in Terre Haute. We are usually in a room in the lower level. Meetings
start at 7:00pm Eastern Time, and are open to the public. The Wabash Valley Coin Club is affiliated with the American
Numismatic Association, Central States Numismatic Society, and the Indiana State Numismatic Association.
DOES THE CLUB HAVE A COIN SHOW?
Indeed, the club hosts semi-annual coin shows. A Sunday in August each year, and one very early
in the year around February. The show has mostly dealers from Illinois and Indiana present.
Show hours are from 9AM to 3PM Eastern Time. Admission and parking is free. For more information, please
click on the Annual Coin Show link at the top of this webpage.