FOSTORIA COIN CLUB PO Box 613 Fostoria Ohio 44830 firstname.lastname@example.org
May 2019 Newsletter
FOSTORIA COIN CLUB OFFICERS 2019
President – Gary Moran (email@example.com) Vice President – Denny Hall (419) 435-8442
Treas. Vincent Gaietto (419) 447-8861 Secretary- Aaron Rider (419) 721-2223
Sgt/Arms – Bruce Hanny (419) 898-0311 Auction – Joe Dohanos (419) 349-0927
Meeting Information: The Fostoria Coin Club meets on the 3rd Monday of each month in the meeting room at The Good Shepard Home located at 725 Columbus Ave in Fostoria Ohio. Doors open at 6:30 pm & meeting begins at 7:30 pm.
Coming Events: Next meeting of FCC will be Monday, May 20th, at The Good Shepard Home.
April 15, 2019
The April meeting of the Fostoria Coin Club was called to order at 7:30 pm by President Gary Moran with 23 members and 1 guest present. Gary led the membership with the Pledge of Allegiance. After the reading of January minutes, Gary declared them approved. Vincent Gaietto read the Treasurer’s report which was approved by the membership.
Old Business: None Discussed
Good Shepard Room rental has gone up from $30 a month to $40 a month. The space used for the Christmas Potluck is now $75.
One guest Steve Manget was present for the meeting and next meeting would like to become a member.
Due to dealers leaving the show late and Security Guard Justin Kizer staying late the past couple of years the club motioned to write an additional check for $25 to Justin. Next year, Security will know to stay until everyone is out as part of the payment. This motion was approved by Harry with a 2nd approval by Francine.
The club is in need of 10-12 more tables for next year’s show for filling out tickets, and additional dining space.
Secretary will look for Member Name Tags, and Flyers to put out at table for next year’s show.
Chuck Brandeberry is still looking for a replacement as show chairman.
Club discussed the importance of a sign in sheet for guests and potential ways to make that sheet mandatory.
Coin Show Financial Report- $3,562 (Total Expenses)
$3,322 (Total Earned)
Deficit Major Contributing Factors: Raffle Ticket sales were extremely low this year, club needs to sell more tickets to be profitable. Error of date on initial raffle tickets was incorrect, the new order was costly.
55th Coin Show Raffle Prize Winners
1st & 2nd Place- $2.50 Gold Coins, Pete Rynski; Janice Hopkins
3rd& 4th Place- 2018 US Proof Sets, Phil Cole; Fred Setton
5th & 6th Place- US Morgan Dollar, Andrew Brose; Andrew Brandeberry
7th & 8th Places- 2018 Proof National Park Quarters, Ray Chaney; Allen Roth
9th & 10th Place- US Peace Silver Dollar, Mr. Sutyler; Phil Cole
11th Place- 1/10 ounce gold American Eagle Coin, Richard Zbiegien
Joe Dohanos conducted a 24 lot coin auction. The meeting was then adjourned.
May Birthdays: 3rd Izebell Colvin 4th Ethan Everly 12th Lynn Crosby 13th David Huntley
18th Barbara Knepper 27th Scott Hopkins
Lot Date Item Grade Min Bid
1 1975S Jefferson Nickel (toned) Proof $1.00
2 1975S Roosevelt Dime Proof $1.25
3 1972S Washington Qtr. Proof $2.50
4 1974S Washington Qtr. Proof $2.50
5 1968S Kennedy Half Proof $4.75
6 1972S Kennedy Half Proof $2.00
7 1974S Kennedy Half (frosted) Proof $2.25
8 1978S Kennedy Half ((trosted) Proof $1.50
9 1985S Kennedy Half (frosted) Proof $2.00
10 1987S Kennedy Half Proof $1.75
11 1999P&D Kennedy Halves MS-62, 63 $1.75
12 1964 Kennedy Half BU $5.50
13 1967 Kennedy Half BU $2.50
14 1943P&D Walking Lib. Halves VF, F+ $18.75
15 1928 Standing Lib. Qtr. VG $5.75
16 1963 Franklin Half VF+ $6.50
17 2013 $2 Bill crisp unc $4.25
18 1963 Kennedy (Dallas) $20 Bill circ. $21.75
19 1976D (Bi-Cent) Wash. Qtr., Ken Half, Ike $1 MS-63, 65, 63 $3.25
20 1986S Statue of Liberty Set, (Silver Dollar, Clad Half) Proof $21.75
*Grades are mostly the opinion of the seller, be sure to look over the coins before Auction.
**Submit items (using the above format) to Auctioneer Joe Dohanos for inclusion in future Auctions.