Join us for this private, white glove event as we close the store to the public and share our rarest of the rare specimen coins and coin jewelry with you. Explore 3,000 years of history told through sunken and buried treasure coins like you've never seen before!
As you know, in the store we usually have between 30 to 40 collections on offer at any given time, however, we curate over 350 collections, and this event is all about our sunken and buried treasure coins not normally displayed, and never before offered for sale.
So, step into the vault, don the white conservation gloves you will be issued at the door, and see and touch 3,000 years of history. You may even acquire that unique piece of history you've always dreamed of!
We will be providing adult beverages for your enjoyment throughout the evening and will even offer treasure pairings, yes, rum goes well with all pirate treasure (and you can't beat red wine with anything ancient Roman.)
The event will run from 7:00-10:00 pm each evening.
The guest list is limited, so we ask that you reserve your spot or spots as soon as possible. Tickets to the event are $10 each, however, you will be issued a $10 gift card for the event.
If you've ever wanted an "All Access Pass" to the awe-inspiring world of treasure coins, and to see those completely unique pieces we curate, now is the time! We look forward to sharing the once-hidden gems of our shared history with you!
Please Note: You will receive a confirmation of your ticket order as soon as you reserve your space, however, we will also be emailing additional information to you mid-March!
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