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Yeah, probably best to call or email and contact provided to confirm that the show actually does exist. If no contact info is provided, probably not worth your time to go to what is some sort of lame, annoying prank.

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I didn't say it was a bad site, just that you have to be careful. It's kind of like ebay - the listings aren't verified, so if you don't do it yourself (by cross-referencing to another site or a publication), you risk getting burned. And losing a good day off isn't really fun!

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There are numerous methods of finding a coin show. For one thing you just go to Google and type in Coin Shows and your state. This will give you all the coin shows in your state. Then there are links on some dealer web sites to coin shows such as jmscoins on the far left side of the screen. Supposed to be a coin show listing on the CoinWorld web site also.

I've always found the one via Google to be 100% correct for my state anyway.

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