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Coin shops and fairs in Tallinn/Estonia

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Lotus07
Joined: 3-Aug-2012
Posts: 1182
Tere,

I live in Estonia until July and I was wondering if anyone knows any good coin shops or fairs in Tallinn, or anywhere nearby? Would be much appreciated!

Regards
"For by telling them of many things without teaching them you will make them seem to know much, while for the most part they know nothing"
-Plato
BramVB
Joined: 17-Jul-2016
Posts: 421
No tere!
Kuidas elad? ;)

Here is a thread from a while ago about coin shops in Tallinn: https://en.numista.com/forum/topic66734.html

There is also a monthly coin fair (in Audentes or Tallinna Kesklinna Vene Gümnaasium). Calender can be found here, though it looks a bit quiet since december: https://forum.cotco.ee/viewforum.php?f=13

succes daar!
Bram
Just call me Bram
Back in Belgium, with a lot of coins to swap ... but with high postal costs :(
Lotus07
Joined: 3-Aug-2012
Posts: 1182
Dankjewel voor het antwoord! Grappig dat ik dan toevallig weer een Nederlander tegenkom als het over Estland gaat :P
"For by telling them of many things without teaching them you will make them seem to know much, while for the most part they know nothing"
-Plato
BramVB
Joined: 17-Jul-2016
Posts: 421
Quote: "Lotus07" ... weer een Nederlander ...
​Mmmmmh, sensitive subject when as a dutchspeaking Belgian you get called Dutch :P

Maybe we can still meet in July at the laulupidu, enjoy your stay in beautiful Tallinn and happy coinhunting! :wiz:
Just call me Bram
Back in Belgium, with a lot of coins to swap ... but with high postal costs :(
Lotus07
Joined: 3-Aug-2012
Posts: 1182
Quote: "BramVB"
Quote: "Lotus07" ... weer een Nederlander ...
​​Mmmmmh, sensitive subject when as a dutchspeaking Belgian you get called Dutch :P

​Maybe we can still meet in July at the laulupidu, enjoy your stay in beautiful Tallinn and happy coinhunting! :wiz:

​Oeps, sorry! Ik zou het leuk vinden om je te ontmoeten, misschien dat we van de zomer ook nog wat zouden kunnen ruilen als ik weer thuis ben :)
"For by telling them of many things without teaching them you will make them seem to know much, while for the most part they know nothing"
-Plato
CassTaylor
Joined: 30-May-2014
Posts: 7813
We do have this list:
https://en.numista.com/forum/topic65733.html

Estonia section is a bit empty though, if you find anything new please don't hesitate to add it!
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fryant
Joined: 28-Feb-2016
Posts: 109
Quote: "BramVB"​No tere!
​Kuidas elad? ;)

​Here is a thread from a while ago about coin shops in Tallinn: https://en.numista.com/forum/topic66734.html

​There is also a monthly coin fair (in Audentes or Tallinna Kesklinna Vene Gümnaasium). Calender can be found here, though it looks a bit quiet since december: https://forum.cotco.ee/viewforum.php?f=13

​succes daar!
​Bram
Ohhh, I knew there had to be a coin fair somewhere in Tallinn! I've moved here a year ago and I have been looking like crazy for one.

Suur suur aitäh!
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BramVB
Joined: 17-Jul-2016
Posts: 421
And to those staying in Tallinn, there are some small temporary exhibitions going on in Eesti Pank:
https://muuseum.eestipank.ee/en/node/768

You might just have missed one on 19th century tokens ... (ended yesterday)

nägemist
Just call me Bram
Back in Belgium, with a lot of coins to swap ... but with high postal costs :(

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