Montgomery County Coin Club
P.O. Box 7087, Silver Spring, Maryland 20907, USA
Welcome to the MCCC!
Established in 1959, the Montgomery County Coin Club is dedicated
to fostering interest in numismatics at all levels, from novice
to expert, but especially among young people. The club publishes
a monthly bulletin, designed to
serve members in the Washington DC area but containing many
articles of general numismatic interest. The MCCC bulletin is
also a historical record of club events.
(Here's the latest issue.)
MCCC monthly meetings feature
guest speakers, videos, and activities related to various
numismatic topics, including coins, tokens, paper money,
and medals. Visitors are always welcome. Club members
exhibit items from their collections and share advice about coin
and paper money collecting with one another.
information about the collections of some MCCC
members.) Each MCCC
meeting also features a live auction of more than 30 lots,
most of them
relatively inexpensive. Members and vistors may bid.
The club also features a monthly mail bid auction.
The club maintains an extensive library of over 300
volumes on coins
and collecting, available for borrowing by club members.
The library includes
volumes on United States, Canada, England, world, and
(Here's the online catalog.)
Club members have spoken before school groups on coin
recent years, the club has sponsored exhibits on coin
collecting at several
Montgomery County Public Libraries, including the Noyes
in Kensington, the Davis Library in Bethesda, and the
Silver Spring Library.
Dues are $6 per calendar year for regular members and $1
per year for young
numismatists (YNs). Those who join in the second half of the
year pay half
of the above. Membership dues can be submitted at any meeting,
or by sending
a check or money order to MCCC, P.O. Box 7087, Silver Spring,
Maryland 20907, USA. Members within the United States
receive the monthly bulletin via first class mail.
Directions to Meetings
The Montgomery County Coin Club meets on the second
Tuesday of each month
at 7:00 p.m. at the Schweinhaut Senior Citizens Center,
1000 Forest Glen Road, Silver Spring, Maryland.
Directions: From the Capital Beltway (I-495),
go north on Georgia
Avenue (Exit 31) to the first traffic light (Forest Glen Road).
Go right approximately one mile, past Holy Cross Hospital
and Sligo Creek. The Center
is on the right, just past the basketball and tennis courts at
You can read this
month's bulletin or one of the earlier issues online; see
Bulletin Index for a full list from January 1997 to the present.
Free! - MCCC Elongated Cent
As a reward for visiting the MCCC website, we have a
gift for you! To get
a free MCCC elongated cent send a self-addressed stamped envelope to:
William C. Massey
P.O. Box 1511
Beltsville, Maryland 20704
MCCC Members' Collections
MCCC members want to meet others who share their
Here's information about
some of the members and their areas of expertise.
The 2001 Montgomery County Coin Club officers are:
- President Jack Schadegg
- 1st Vice-President Ed Russell
- 2nd Vice-President Don McKee
- Treasurer & Secretary Simcha Kuritzky
- Sergeant at Arms John Herman
- Board of Directors Rob Dorsey, Tom Hall, Andrew Luck, William C. Massey,
Wayne Mitchell, John Pylypec, Kermit Smyth, Kenneth E. Swab
Thank you for visiting the Montgomery County Coin Club web site. Please
send bug reports, comments, and inquiries to
Mark Zimmermann via z (at) his.com. Many thanks
to the American Numismatic Association, and especially to
Ms. Susie Nulty.
The MCCC Bulletin and web pages are
copyright © 1997-2002 by the Directors of the Montgomery County Coin