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Coin and Currency Show Returns to the Valley

The annual event brought in dozens from around the community, showing off their collections, and seeing just how much some of their valuables are worth. Vendors from across the country were also on hand for those who wanted purchase some vintage coins.
The Coin and Currency Show was back at the Wabash Valley Fairgrounds on Sunday.

The annual event brought in dozens from around the community, showing off their collections, and seeing just how much some of their valuables are worth.
   
Vendors from across the country were also on hand for those who wanted purchase some vintage coins.
   
And official say its more than just show, collecting currency can teach us so much about our nations past.
   
"The biggest thing is is that when you get into the coins and currency you're studying their history. Unless you want to travel quite a distance to find one of the quoins, sometimes it's tough to find a note or a piece of currency," said Marvin Miracle of the Wabash Valley Coin Club.

This was the first time the Wabash Valley Coin Club has hosted show in the winter.

They will be back at the fairgrounds again in August.
       
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