The Ocean County Coin Club was created in 1970 by six sailors and one marine who wanted to share and expand their knowledge of coins. The original meeting location was at Lakehurst Naval Airstation. We currently meet at the Ocean Fire Company #1 in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ on the corner of Arnold and St. Louis Avenues (next to the post office). We strive to share our knowledge and admiration of numismatics with monthly meetings, show and tells, in-house auctions, and occasional guest speakers. We also offer a Young Numismatists Club for children ages 6-17. They meet at 6:30 and our regular meetings begin at 7:30. New members are always welcome.
We regret to announce that all club meetings and activities are cancelled until June. Due to the COVID-19 Corona Virus and In the best interest of public health and safety, we must cancel our March, April, and May meetings. This includes our April 16th Coin Show. Until further notice our next scheduled meeting is June 4th.
We urge our members and followers to to follow the travel and hygiene guidelines during this national emergency. Please follow our website and Facebook page for updates. We look forward to seeing our members and resuming our meetings again on June 4th.
So as 2020 is now here
and the Ocean County Coin Club has entered its 50th year
Let us appreciate its long history
The reason for its success is no mystery
We like coins, yes we do
But the real reason is the members who always come through
We applaud them all for their work and devotion
Many more years will create quite a commotion
So keep our 50th Coin in your collection
And wear your Pin proudly
This year will be busy
We will communicate loudly
Pitch in when you can. It helps us run smoothly.
And remember those original six Sailors and that one Marine
They created something special out of one small dream.
THANK YOU TO ALL VETERANS WHO HAVE SERVED THIS GREAT NATION
The Ocean County Coin Club honors our club veterans and thanks them for their service. We honor: Jim M, Dolly H, Renee B, Ernie D, Bill M, Harry O, Walter P, Richard W, John L, Gino R., Peter M., and Stanley D.
For newcomers to our meetings, we are EAST of Rt.35 and the railroad tracks.
As a reminder, YN's remember to complete the Google Classroom homework prior to the meeting. All of the answers can be found in the Red Book. Also, wear the 50th Commemorative Pin for club rewards. Any YN with 3 or more A's on their most recent report card should bring the report card to the meeting and will receive a special coin from the ANA.
The club recognizes and is thankful for the extraordinary efforts and dedication of longtime member and YN mentor Jeff T. and his grandson YN Mathew T. Jeff and Mathew participated in the Point Pleasant Middle School’s Career Day on January 31, 2020. For several hours they educated and informed several hundred 7th and 8th graders, as well as faculty, about numismatics and the Ocean County Coin Club. Their display was very well prepared and extremely informative, and kept the kids interested. Mathew also discussed and dispensed 1943 steel cents to interested Students. Great job!. Photos are posted in the gallery.
Thanks to Jeff T. and Jim M. our YN Program is strong. The last few months have been very productive and attendance has been excellent. Thank you to the parents and grandparents who make the effort to bring their kids to us.
The Club elders are very grateful for the knowledge and initiative of YN Mathew T. for establishing a Google Classroom account. YN homework will now be posted online. YNs can receive more info at the meetings regarding access. This will be a great tool for the club and will enable greater participation and improved communication for the YNs.
Thanks to the generosity of our collector members and loyal dealers we have now collected over 2,000 cents and we will be needing even more of all grade levels. The goal is to put together and slab a certified set of all grades in order to maintain a grading program for our YN's to study, discuss, and learn from at each meeting.
All YN's are encouraged to bring in their Indian or Lincoln cents and their albums to the meeting.
New members are always welcome. The YN meeting begins at 6:30 pm.
We are very pleased to announce that our club's 50th Anniversary Coins and Pins are in. The design celebrates our history and longevity; and they are beautiful! These are sure to be something every club member should have and something that NJ numismatists should want to include in their collections. Coins are $10 and Pins are $5 for members. Each will be available at club meetings and future shows.
How much does it cost to join the club?
Adults: $15, Young Numismatists aka YNs (ages 6-17) $10
Family: $20. Memberships must be renewed yearly.
How often do we have meetings?
We meet on the first and third Thursday of most months. We meet once a month in Jan, Feb, July, Aug, and Dec.
Where do we meet?
We meet at the Ocean Fire Co. #1 on Arnold Ave. right next to the Point Pleasant Beach Post Office. We are near the train station and EAST of Rt. 35 and the train tracks.
Is parking available?
There is a free parking lot adjacent to the building and street parking is free.
What time do we meet?
Doors open at 5:30 with members preparing for the meeting, enjoying camaraderie, selling displayed items, and pre-viewing items for the auction held during the meeting. The children (Young Numismatists) meet at 6:30. The regular meeting begins at 7:30 and generally ends at 8:30.
Do I have to be a member to attend a meeting?
No. If you are interested in learning about our club or if you need some Coin and Currency questions answered please stop by. Only members can list items for our in-house auctions but non-members can bid and make purchases.
Who can join?
You need not be an expert in coins to join, We welcome anyone from novice to professionals. Our YN (Young Numismatist) club is open for children ages 6-17. Adults 18 and over are welcome to join
How can I participate in regular meeting auctions?
Any member or non-member can bid on the auctioned items. However, only members in good standing (your dues must be paid) can list items. Auction Applications are shown in our Photo Gallery and may be printed out. Please note the guidelines on the form.
I have more questions, is there a contact phone number or email?
For additional information contact 732-966-5440 or email at email@example.com
Since its founding in May 1970, the Ocean County Coin Club has worked hard to promote coin collecting and the study of numismatics. The club also assists beginners, young collectors, and experienced collectors, with its meetings, in-house auctions, coins shows, and periodic newsletters.
January 16, February 20, March 5 & 19, April 2 & 16, May 7 & 21, June 4 & 18, July 16, August 20, September 3 & 17, October 1 & 15, November 5 & 19, and December 3rd. Our Annual Show is on Sat. October 24th from 9am-3pm. We meet at the Ocean Firehouse #1 on Arnold and St. Louis Ave. Young Numismatists meet at 6:30 pm. Regular meeting begins at 7:30. New members are always welcome.
We are very proud of our YN Mathew T. for his recent award from the Garden State Numismatic Association. Mathew works very hard all year long promoting numismatics. He has displayed his exhibits at the local public library, at his school, at our coin shows, and he continually demonstrates loyalty and dedication to our club by selflessly volunteering to perform a variety of different duties and tasks.
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