About Us

 

The Baltimore Coin Club was organized in 1935 and originally incorporated in 1936. The club is the oldest continually operating coin club in Maryland. The Baltimore Coin Club has a history of  esteemed numismatists as members.  This history includes Louis Eliasberg, Walter Breen, Frank G. Duffield, and others.

 

The Baltimore Coin Club is a life member of the American Numismatic Association (LC #! and 1000043), as well as a charter member of the Maryland State Numismatic Association.  The club is also a founding member of the Baltimore Area Numismatic Coalition (BANC).

 

The Baltimore Coin Club participates in the 3 Annual Whitman Baltimore Coin and Collectibles shows. We manage the registration process for all attendees at these shows.

 

Additionally, the club has a young numismatist program and supports youth participation in the hobby.

 

The Baltimore Coin Club maintains an extensive library covering all areas of the numismatic hobby. Club members have borrowing privileges for all library items.

Club Bylaws:

Bylaws of The Baltimore Coin Club

Club Officers:
Ken
Finkenbinder
Keith
Connor

Vice President

Fred
Cook

Secretary

Joe
Adam

Treasurer

Coins Featured On This Page

1923 Saint-Gaudens Gold $20 Double Eage
1923 Saint-Gaudens $20 Double Eagle

PCGS MS64

Mintage: 566,000

Weight: 33.436 grams

Composition: .900 gold, .100 copper

336 BC - 323 BC Kingdom of Macedon Alexander III Tetradrachm
336 - 323 BC Kingdom of Macedon
Alexander III, Tetradrachm

ANACS VF

Composition: Silver

1932 S Washington Quarte
1932 S Washington Quarter

NGC MS64

Mintage: 408,000

Weight: 6.25 grams

Composition: .900 silver, .100 copper

1791 - 1797 1/2 Penny Conder Token - United Kingdom
1791 - 1797 1/2 Penny United Kingdom
Conder Token

Weight:  14.4 grams

Composition:  Copper

1887 Morgan Dollar
1887 Morgan Dollar

NGC MS63

Mintages:  20,290,000

Weight:  26.73 grams

Composition:  .900 silver, .100 copper

Baltimore Coin Club

Write Us

Club President

Ken Finkenbinder

410-657-1121

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1791 - 1797 1/2 Penny Conder Token