Our Objectives
  • To encourage the study of Numismatics in all its branches.
  • To represent generally the views and interests of Numismatists.
  • To provide education in the field of Numismatics.
  • To encourage sound and methodical collecting practice
  • Our Activities
  • Discussion at monthly meetings
  • Reading of papers
  • Promoting research in numismatics
  • A quarterly Journal containing articles of interest to Numismatists

    Numismatics is the study and collecting of:

    Coins - ancient, medieval, modern, proofs

    Paper money / bank notes

    Medals / Medallions / Medalets - often commemorative

    Military medals

    Tokens - privately issued (ie unofficial) substitutes for money

    Various related areas

    Recent Posts

    • Rare Victorian Cross on Display at Melbourne Museum
      After the success of the pop up display of the 1887 5 pound coin at Melbourne Museum last month, the museum has again responded with a short term display of 3 military medals for Anzac Day, including […]
    • Melbourne Museum Displays Rare System Mint 1887 £5 Proof
      To mark the recent sale in the US of one of only three known specimens of a Sydney Mint Proof £5, the Melbourne Museum have put their example on display. The coin sold by Heritage Auctions for […]
    • Stamp & Coin Dealer opens retail store in Melbourne’s Eastern Suburbs
      Melbourne based 21st Century Auctions have opened a new retail and trade counter selling coins, stamps, postcards, catalogues, albums and accessories. They’re based at Suite 1, 1174 Burwood […]
    • IAG to sell Klaus Ford estate in 2021
      Those of you that have attended ANDA fairs over the years will be familiar with these distinctive holders. Queensland based IAG have recently announced that they are offering the estate of Melbourne […]
    • Melbourne Gains a New Coin Fair
      Some of the people behind the successful Northern Suburbs Coin Fair, currently held at the Moonee Ponds Bowling Club, are branching out and have set up a new fair out East in Ringwood. The inaugural […]
    • December 2020 Meeting
      On Friday 11th December eased Covid-19 restrictions in Melbourne meant that NAV members, and their partners, were able to gather in person for the first time since February. In all eighteen people […]

    Next Numismatic Event

    Event Information:

    • Fri

      27th Williamstown Antiques and Collectables Fair

      Williamstown Town Hall, 104 Ferguson Street, Williamstown VIC 3016

      27th Williamstown Antiques and Collectables Fair


      The 27th Annual Antiques & Collectables Fair at the Historic WILLIAMSTOWN TOWN HALL, 104 Ferguson Street, Williamstown in July from Friday 19th from 5.00pm – 8.00pm, Saturday 20th 10.00am - 5.00pm and Sunday 21st 10.00am – 4.00pm.

      There will be approx 30 local and interstate Dealers in attendance presenting a wide range of Antiques and Collectables priced to sell, including Jewellery, Crockery, Furniture, Toys, Porcelain, Bric a Brac and much more. This year there will also be a nice range of Vintage Clothing and Couture together with a range of fine furniture presented by one of the countries leading dealers.

      Many dealers will also buy items of interest, so if you are looking to sell, bring it along, or if it is too big a photo can be useful.

      Admission $10, children free

      All funds raised will be used to support our community based programs over the ensuing 12 months.

      Enquiries Trevor Jago 040 848 6432 or kmjago@nullbigpond.com

    Come to our Monthly Meetings

    We meet every month of the year except January. From February to November we meet on the third Friday of the month and in December on the second Friday of the month.

    Meetings are held on-line via Zoom and in person (Covid restrictions permitting) at Kensington Town Hall, 30-34 Bellair St., Kensington, just a short walk from Newmarket Station on the Craigieburn line and the No. 57 Tram. Meetings start at 7:45PM and typically run for a couple of hours.

    Read more on the NAV meetings page.

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