Battlefield Coin Shows
is a division of
Hobbies Unlimited, LLC
Our philosophy is to make our coin shows an event the entire family can enjoy!

"Coin Shows made into a family adventure!™"
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The National Battlefield Coin Show™
Gettysburg, PA
September 15-16, 2017
 9:30am-4:30pm
Dealer set-up and Early Bird - September 14
 1pm-5pm
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ANACS
will be on site accepting submissions.  
Bring your coins to submit to have
graded and certified.
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New Market, MD Show   No Admission Fees and Free Parking!
The first Battlefield Coin Show™ of the year is the first full weekend in January.  The
Battlefield Coin Show in New Market, MD™ reunites dealers and collectors to strengthen their
friendships for another year.  This show has been well received and is going into the tenth year
at the Grange Hall.   As one dealer told me:  "It's like a big family gathering!  Everyone knows
each other, and that includes both dealers and collectors!"  

The Battlefield Coin Show in New Market, MD™ is three times a year:  January, June and
October.  If you have never attended, please place it on your schedule.  You will be pleased with
the coins, paper money and exonumia you will find!
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The National Battlefield Coin Show™ in Gettysburg, PA
No Admission Fees and Free Parking!
The National Battlefield Coin Show™ is the highlight of the year!  This show is held in
September of each year and brings dealers from across the United States!  Held in the
Eisenhower Hotel Ballroom there is 10,000 square foot providing plenty of room for growth.  

The inaugural show in 2014, saw over one thousand collectors sign-in the first day!  One dealer
said:  "Whenever the doors opened, it was like the doors to the mall opening on black Friday; it
never stopped!" Another said his retail sales were better than in Baltimore, but his dealer to
dealer was lower. He attributed this to the high collector turnout.  One collector said:  "I thought
I was a serious coin collector, but after seeing the really rare coins on display, I feel like a
novice!"   

Gettysburg has something for everybody in the family.  You can stand where President Abraham
Lincoln gave the Gettysburg Address, visit the wax museum, eat delicious meals prepared the
way they were in the Civil War or visit the Factory Outlet Mall.  Whatever your taste, there is
something for you in Gettysburg!

The Eisenhower Hotel has graciously agreed to a very affordable room rate for show attendees
and collectors.  While staying at the Eisenhower, you can ride the trolley from the hotel to the
downtown area.  

Whether buying, selling or trading, you will enjoy yourself!
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Directors for Battlefield Coin Shows™
Directors for Battlefield Coin Shows™ are
Alan Stullenbarger, Bill Waltman and
Michael Dixon.  Alan, Bill and Mike work
with dealers and show promoters
nationwide on a daily basis in order to gather
information and ideas, which will improve
Battlefield Coin Shows.  

Alan, Bill and Mike can be found at coin
shows nationwide promoting Battlefield
Coin Shows™.  
Mike Dixon (left) Bill Waltman (center) and Alan Stullenberger (right)
If you have an idea or suggestion, please send it to one of the directors or talk with one of the
directors at an upcoming show.  Your ideas and suggestions will keep Battlefield Coin Show™
successful!
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To contact us:   
Battlefield Coin Shows™
5601 Bobolink Place
New Market, MD  21774
301-788-6232
Michael@DixonShows.com
Copyright 2013-2017,  All rights reserved.   Hobbies Unlimited, LLC, Michael Dixon, 5601 Bobolink Place, New Market, MD  21774  (301) 788-6232, Michael@DixonShows.com
The new 2017 National Battlefield Coin Show™ medal is in and is nicer than before.  This year's medal features
the inaugural promotional picture of Alan, Bill and I in front of an enameled American flag.  The reverse features
the Pennsylvania 17th Cavalry Regiment Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division of the Army of the Potomac of the
Union Army monument in Gettysburg National Military Park. Available for sale on our "Show Medals" page.