Currency expert to teach free seminar at Mid-Missouri Coin Show

OSAGE BEACH, MO… Steve Carr, a nationally known expert in Large Cents and Kansas National Bank Notes, will present a free seminar on “First Names on National Bank Notes” at the Mid-Missouri Collectors Show at 2pm on March 22, 2014. Carr teaches a class on U.S. Large Cents at the American Numismatic Association Summer Seminar in Colorado Springs, CO and makes presentations about U.S. Large Cents, National Currency and “How to Become a Coin Dealer” throughout the region. The Mid-Missouri Collectors Show will be held March 21 to March 23 this year at the Inn at Grand Glaize, 5142 Osage Beach Parkway, Osage Beach, MO. “I am extremely honored that Steve Carr will attend and offer this outstanding presentation at the Mid-Missouri Collectors Show,” stated Dave Sorrick of In God We Trust LLC, the sponsor of the weekend hobby event. “Steve is well-known in the numismatic community as a specialist in National Currency and is very passionate in his teachings and publications,” added Sorrick. Mr. Carr currently serves as the editor of Across the Plains, the bi-monthly newsletter of the Kansas Numismatic Association and is a former President, Secretary, and Treasurer of the Johnson County (KS) Numismatic Association. He will be available in the bourse area throughout the show for consultation and trading. The public is invited to attend the Mid-Missouri Collectors Show from 2pm to 5pm Friday, March 21; from 9am to 5pm on Saturday, March 22; and, again on Sunday, March 23 from 9am to 3pm. There is no charge for admission to the show or the seminar. Collectors are invited to buy, sell, and trade with the vendors present at the hobby event. Appraisers will also be present to consult with local collectors. For more information call Dave Sorrick at (620) 423-6600 or email him at A flyer for the show and a vendor application are available at

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