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See you at Chicago? Milwaukee? Dentist?
April 14, 2010



There is a very strange feeling I get when I know I am about to be very busy. The second half of April is packed with numismatic events of various kinds.

I will be heading down to Chicago for the Chicago International Coin Fair next week. It runs April 22-April 25.

The Central States Numismatic Society convention will be held the following week, April 28-May 1.

While I am preparing to be in motion, the long-awaited debut of the America the Beautiful quarter series occurs April 20 in Hot Springs, Ark, and the new $100 Federal Reserve Note will be unveiled April 21 in Washington, D.C.

I will not personally be attending the latter two events, but I will be keenly following them as they occur.

Throw in a sentence in the dentist’s chair for a new crown April 21, and you get the idea.

I often marvel at how dental appointments made months ahead of time can end up falling in the middle of weeks that are busy for other reasons.

I look forward to seeing everyone else who can make it to Chicago and Milwaukee to see what’s going on and to collect reactions to the new quarters and new $100s.

In the meantime, this week, I had better enjoy the attractions of Iola in the springtime while I can.





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About the Author
David C. Harper has been a coin collector since 1963. He joined the Krause Publications editorial staff in 1978 and is currently editor of Numismatic News and World Coin News. He also edits two books annually, North American Coins & Prices and Coin Digest. He is the author of the Class of '63 column that runs each week in Numismatic News. His first bylined numismatic article appeared in the June 1971 issue of Coins Magazine and his various Krause Publications assignments included a stint as editor of the magazine 1980-1983. Harper received a bachelor of science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in 1977. He had a double major of journalism and economics.

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