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Dealer Profile: Get to Know Paul J. Bosco

Raymond Delamarre, French, 1890-1986 - Art Deco Medal

At the MAAC: Paul J. Bosco: With over 30-years experience as a rare coin and medal collector and dealer, at some of the most prestigious companies in the world.

In the late 70s, he became a regular on the coin show circuit and went on to become the biggest dealer in foreign tokens. (He still is.)

An Art Deco Medal, a plaque of Abbé Charles-Michel de l'Épée and a coin of Martin Luther

An Art Deco Medal, a Bois Durci plaque of Abbé Charles-Michel de l’Épée and a coin of Catherine von Bora – at Paul J. Bosco [Gallery #84 | 212.758.2646 | or ] (More details below)

He now has more than 100,000 items available.

He’s been quoted in the New York Times and the New York Daily News.

His Gallery #84 has coins (of course) as well as antiques, collectibles, and jewelry – and many magnificent medals.

“Bosco is truly one of Manhattan’s best-kept secrets, full of wonders and surprises for anyone who ventures inside.” – Manhattan Sideways.

Visit Paul J. Bosco in Gallery #84, here at The MAAC at 1050 2nd Avenue, at 56th Street)
Contact: [212.758.2646 | or ]

[Pictured above: France  Leda and the Swan, by André Lavrillier, 1925; Bois Durci Plaque: Abbé Charles-Michel de l’Épée, 1712-1789, known as the “Father of the Deaf”; One part of a two-coin set of Martin Luther and his wife Catherine von Bora, 1717, by Christian Wermuth, Germany, Featured image: Raymond Delamarre, French, 1890-1986 ]

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