Announcing our Famous Year-end Boxing Sale! I am delighted to announce the return of this annual event.
In addition to offering the deepest store-wide discounts in the coin business:
- We always have fresh new inventory available for our sale, not just the old stuff!
- We’re opening the entire weekend for our customers, and look forward to your joining us!
Best wishes for the holidays, and for a healthy and prosperous 2020!
Sean Isaacs, family and staff
Boxing Week Blow-Out 2019
Alliance Coin & Banknote
88 Mill Street, Almonte
December 27 – 29, 2019
Friday & Saturday 9am – 7pm
Sunday 10am – 6pm
Simply click the images below to see all the details for our sale!
Or download our two page sales flyer.
Just a reminder that our open house takes place tomorrow, Sunday, Dec 1st, 2019. Full details in the poster.
We look forward very much to welcoming our local customers and friends this coming Sunday, December 1st, for some music and good cheer!
I am currently putting the final touches on our “Freaks & Errors” display, which will see the unveiling of at least a couple watershed errors that have remained completely unknown until our open-house.
It is seldom that a new Royal Canadian Mint issue earns our applause, however a fabulous recent release has me truly impressed.
The 2019 “First Canadian in Space” Twenty-five cent issue commemorates the 35th anniversary of Marc Garneau’s historic launch on the Space Shuttle Challenger.
We are delighted to announce plans for our 2019 Annual Open House to be held on Sunday December 1st. This will be the “Freaks & Errors” edition of our Coins & Strings event, and will feature a fabulous display of exotic and rare coin errors. Many of these coins have never been seen in public, and the display will be an excellent cooperative effort between Alliance Coin and a number of our advanced collecting friends in the field.
This past June 28, I had the pleasure of presenting the very first Isaacs Medal for History to Zachary Tuffin.
The pure Silver medal, together with a small bursary, will be presented each year to a graduating student of Almonte & District High School who has chosen to pursue post-secondary studies in History or a related field.
Zachary is now attending the Museum Studies program at Ottawa’s Algonquin College, and we wish him success in his chosen field!
A five-year tradition comes to an end this Saturday October 19th, with the final Almonte Zombie Walk for Hunger taking place at 2:00 pm.
Benefiting the Soi Dog Foundation, Country Cat Sanctuary, as well as our local Food Bank, I am delighted to once again serve as grand parade martial for the event.
With live musical entertainment during registration, and many prizes at the end for participants, we invite everyone to join us in making this final 2-kilometer stumble around the downtown core the best Zombie Walk ever! (Honestly, there’s no greater pleasure than freaking out Mill Street diners as they sit engrossed in conversation over their salads and hot-turkey plates!)
Hats off to Heather Gadbois for having made this a fun and material contribution to our local cultural landscape.
Almonte Zombie Walk for Hunger
2pm, Saturday 19 October 2019
Registration from 1pm at the Arena
Please bring a non-perishable item for the food bank