Aug
14

Sponsored by Beddows Philatelics, this one-day dealer bourse show will be philatelic and postal history focused. Hours are from 9am – 5pm. The bourse will be located in the upstairs room of the Gananoque Legion. Free parking will be available in the Legion parking lot off of Pine Street to the south of the building, which provides same-level access (no stairs) to the bourse floor.

The show will be fully compliant with the municipal and provincial health restrictions in place at that time (including attendance records to enable contact tracing). Please pay attention to this listing in CSN for updated show status should health conditions and provincial restrictions change.

There will be coffee, water and doughnuts on site and Gananoque features a number of excellent restaurants with patios in easy walking distance of the Legion once you’ve satisfied your philatelic appetites! Located in the heart of the 100 Islands, Gananoque is less than three hours from both Toronto and Montreal via Hwy 401; 1.5 hours from Ottawa; and less than two hours from Syracuse, N.Y.

A summer tourist destination, Gananoque is home to the Gananoque Boat Line offering tours on the St Lawrence with visits to Boldt Castle, the Thousand Islands Playhouse (which offers a full season of plays), lovely B&B’s as well as the classic Gananoque Hotel on the waterfront, unique B&B’s and a pleasant municipal beach with splash pad. It has a century nine-hole course built in 1921 at the Gananoque West Gate on Hwy 2, along with a second nine-hole course just north of town on Hwy 32, and much more.

The variety of summer activities makes this the rarest of things; a stamp show in a location that is perfect for a family day trip or weekend getaway for families!

Phone: 613-572-1464
Email: beddowsjohn@hotmail.com

Aug
28

Sponsored by the Kitchener-Waterloo Philatelic Society (founded in 1933), the show will be open from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and is expected to mark the first show of the new season!

The show is COVID-19 sensitive, with controlled access, masking, food trucks outside and a limited (and physically distanced) dealer bourse, junior collector and new collector’s booth featuring the “Sea of Stamps,” plus educational seminars. The event will be subject to all municipal and provincial health regulations, including attendance ID for contact tracing. Please bring a current Ontario photo ID, driver’s license or valid passport.

Meet your friends again and continue enhancing your collecting while physically distancing! Parking is free.

Phone: 519-744-3020
Email: info@kwpsstampclub.org
Web: http://www.kwstampclub.org

Sep
2

BNAPEX 2021 Virtual

September 2, 2021 to September 6, 2021

Virtual, Online, BNAPS.org, MB, 1O1O1O

**IN-PERSON SHOW CANCELLED, VIRTUAL EVENTS PLANNED**

BNAPEX 2021 Virtual replaces the usual in-person convention that was cancelled due to COVID-19. Its 160-frame online exhibition includes 20 single-frame exhibits. There will be 20 online seminars and BNAPS Study Group Zoom meetings, all of which will be recorded and made available online. In addition, organizers will offer a dozen or more previously recorded philatelic presentations on-demand during the convention.

Email: bnapexChairman@bnaps.org
Web: http://bnaps.org/bnapex/bnapex2021-Virtual/

Sep
10

Presented by Canadian Coin News and Canadian Stamp News, the National Postage Stamp and Coin Show features 50-plus professional coin and stamp dealers from across Canada. Highlights include a two-day live “Premier Auction” by Colonial Acres; various seminars; and the Young Collectors discounted sales table and popular free youth auction on Sunday.

Admission is $5 on Saturday and $2 on Sunday. Families are free on Sunday. The show is open on Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Parking is free. For show updates, visit stampandcoinshow.com.

Phone: 1-800-408-0352
Email: info@trajan.ca
Web: http://www.stampandcoinshow.com

Sep
10

This year, Seapex honours Jack Congrove, who in his term as the show’s president helped build the event to what it is today.

Congrove died from cancer early last year. An obituary is on the Seapex website at seapexshow.org/SEAPEX2020/JackCongrove/ jack.html plus the American Topical Association (ATA) website at americantopical.org/news/8920219.

The show hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-5 pm Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Parking and admission are free. The show features 25 stamp dealers and more than 3,200 pages of exhibits. As a World Series of Philately (WSP) show, the Grand Award winners for the single- and multi-frame exhibits will be eligible to compete at the 2022 Great American Stamp Show “Champion of Champions” competitions against winners from other national WSP shows.

In addition to the in-person show, we will be having a virtual exhibition on Sept. 24-26. Exhibits in the virtual exhibition will be judged using WSP standard, but this will not be a virtual WSP show. We are looking into having virtual meetings and presentations this weekend as well.

Both the ATA and the India Study Circle will be meeting this year at SEAPEX. The Northwest Federation of Stamp Clubs will hold a town hall meeting, and Women Exhibitors is expected to host a forum. Universal Ship Cancellation Society will also meet.

The event will also present free activities for youth and educators throughout the weekend. Starting Saturday morning, the show will hold a full-day Scout stamp collecting merit badge workshop. Experts will be available to provide free stamp evaluations or directions on what to do with that old stamp collection. The United States Postal Service and United Nations Postal Administration will be on hand to sell current postal items. The show hotel is the Residence Inn South Seattle/Tukwila at 16201 West Valley Highway in Seattle. The Seapex rate for a studio suite is $119 US. Contact the hotel at 425-226-5500.

Email: seapex.show@gmail.com
Web: http://seapexshow.org/

Sep
25

In a different location this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the show will take place in the auditorium of the Stampede Grounds (north entrance of Cyprus Centre). Lots of room to maintain COVID restrictions. Buy, sell, trade and if time permits receive appraisals, too. Door prizes. Free parking, admission is $2 (children with parents are free). One day only, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Vendors welcome. Contact Ron.

Phone: 403-526-5158
Email: medhatcsc@live.com
Web: http://www.mhcasc.ca

Oct
3

Sponsored by the Troyak Club, the Mississauga Coin and Stamp Show will be open from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., with 60 tables and more than 30 dealers. There’s something for everyone, with Canadian and world coins, stamps, paper money, tokens, medals, trade dollars, official mint products, hobby supplies, reference books and more. Free evaluations plus buying, selling and trading. Admission is $5 (children under the age of 16 are free), and parking is free.

Phone: 416-505-7999
Email: leszekp@rogers.com
Web: http://www.troyakclub.com

Nov
5

The Fall 2021 Nuphilex, Canada’s largest coin and stamp show, is open Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is $5 on Friday and free on Saturday and Sunday. More than 95 dealer tables of coins, stamps, paper money, tokens, militarism, medals, jewelry and watches will be showcased. Come buy, sell, trade or appraise your valuables.

Phone: 514-889-7740
Email: montrealnuphilex@gmail.com
Web: http://www.nuphilex.com

Mar
6
’22

Sponsored by the Troyak Club, the Mississauga Coin and Stamp Show will be open from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., with 60 tables and more than 30 dealers. There’s something for everyone, with Canadian and world coins, stamps, paper money, tokens, medals, trade dollars, official mint products, hobby supplies, reference books and more. Free evaluations plus buying, selling and trading. Admission is $5 (children under the age of 16 are free), and parking is free.

Phone: 416-505-7999
Email: leszekp@rogers.com
Web: http://www.troyakclub.com

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