The following is from the New York International Numismatic Convention, announcing the dates and times of their 49th annual convention. The NYINC event will be held once again at the Grand Hyatt on East 42nd Street in New York. It will take place from January 8-17, 2021 with bourse activities happening January 14-17, 2021. It is one of the few coin shows that have been announced for 2021 as the world continues to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
The New York international Numismatic Convention is the united State’ largest and most prestigious numismatic event targeting the needs of the world and ancient numismatic communities.The 49th Annual NYINC will be held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel located at 109 East 42nd Street, New york, NY 1007, between Park and Lexington Avenues. The Grand Hyatt also enjoys a direct indoor connection to Grand Central Station, the terminal point for commuter lines of the Metro North System, as well as the 4, 5, 6, 7 and S lines of the New York subway system.
This will be the fourth year for the NYINC at our new Grand Hyatt home, after having been since 2002 through 2017 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel and before that at the New York Hilton, the World Trade Center, the Swiss Hotel and the New York Sheraton.
Our dates will be Friday, January 8, 2021 trhough Sunday, January 17, 2021 with bourse activities taking place Thursday-Sunday, January 14-17, 2021,
The NYiNC will feature a bourse area consiting of roughly 115 of the leading specialists in world and ancient numismatics and will be held in the Empire State Ballroom of the Grand Hyatt. The eight days of auction sessions will be held in an immediate adjacent section of the Empire State Ballroom. Auction lot viewing, as well as numismatic organization meetings and educational seminars, will be held in meeting rooms on the Conference Level of the Grand Hyatt, one floor below the Empire State Ballroom. The Ballroom level is”B” on the elevator panel. The meeting room level is “CC” on the elevator panel.
Please consult the Schedule of Events for the specific session times scheduled by our multiple official auction companies. Our event will also include a full range of educational programs and meetings. Our multiple auction sessions are cataloged and conducted by a number of the leading numismatic houses in the world, including, Heritage; Spink USA ; Classical Numismatic Group, as well as The New York Sale, a joint venture of M&M Numismatics, Sovereign Rarities, Dmitry Markov and Ira and Larry Goldberg. in addition, Stack’s-Bowers and Baldwin’s of St. James will conduct official sessions to cap our eight days of official auction presentations. in all, eight different auction houses, either singly or in collaborative efforts, will be contributing their expertise and numismatic drawig power to our auction presentations in 2021.
Auction sessions will take place over a span of eight consecutive days, beginning Sunday , January 10 and concluding on Sunday, January 17. No other numismatic convention can equal the incomparable scope and breath of the NYINC auctions, presentations that quite literally attract dealers and collectors from throught the world, making New York City truly the numismatic capital of the earth during our event.
Auction lot viewing will open on Friday, January 8. Auction sessions will be held Sunday January 10, 2021 through Sunday, January 19.
The bourse area will open from 12noon-7PM on Thursday, January 14 for the Professional Preview/ Early Bird Day. For a $125 registration fee, payable on site, Professional Preview/Early Bird attendees will have access to the bourse area prior to the regular public admission hours. The Professional Preview/Early Bird is open to both collectors and dealers without booths.
The NYINC bourse area regular public hours will be:
|Friday, January 15||10AM – 7PM|
|Saturday, January 16||10AM – 7PM|
|Sunday, January 17||10AM – 3PM|
Public registration is $20 for a three day pass valid throughout the event. Children 16 and under with an adult are admitted free of charge. A $5 admission discount coupon valid Friday-Sunday may be printed by clicking here.
To obtain a map with directions from your location to the Grand Hyatt and/or the New York City area immediately adjacent to the Grand Hyatt please visit one of the following websites: www.mapquest.com or www.maps.google.com
For general New York City tourist information please visit the website of the New York City Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, www.nycgo.com. This site contains a myriad of information and links to other websites about different tourism related activities, including restaurants, museums and Broadway musicals. It is recommended to assist in making plans for your visit to New York City.
Features of the NYINC
- 115 Dealers all world and ancient numismatic bourse area
- Educational programs
- Special Young Numismatists Program
- Club and society meetings
- Heritage auction
- Classical Numismatic Group auction
- M&M Numismatics / Sovereign Rarities / Dmtry Markov / Ira and Larry Goldberg auction
- Stack’s-Bowers-Ponterio auction
- Spink USA auction
- Baldwin’s of St. James’s auction
- Discounted room rates at the Grand Hyatt
- Direct indoor connection to Grand Central Station
- Convenient to midtown restaurant locations
- Convenient to the theater district
- Free samples copies of numismatic publications for attendees
- Numerous booth holders from outside the United States
Bourse Area Hours
The 115 dealer bourse area will be held in the Empire State Ballroom, located on the ballroom level of the Grand Hyatt.
|Thursday, January 14||12Noon – 7PM (Professional Preview – $125 Registration)|
|Friday, January 15||10AM – 7PM (Booth holders at 9AM)|
|Saturday, January 16||10AM – 7PM (Booth holders at 9AM)|
|Sunday, January 17||10AM – 3PM (Booth holders at 9AM)|
Registration at the NYINC is $20 for a three day pass valid during all public hours Friday through Sunday. Admission is free of charge to children 16 and under accompanied by an adult. To view and print a discount coupon valid for $5 off the regular public admission please click here.
2 thoughts on “49th New York International Numismatic Convention Dates Announced”
Hope conditions have improved to the point where they really can do this. Man, I miss coin shows.
Agreed Richard. Coin shows are such a big part of our hobby and not having them really… well, really sucks!