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.)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)
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[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 ]