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All copper, all the time
H. Craig Hamling, EAC #867
Dedicated to early United States copper coins, with an emphasis on Large Cents
Tom Deck, EAC #4574
Numismatic literature for the copper specialist
Fred Lake, EAC #3316
Specializing in quality Indian Cents
Rick Snow, EAC #3438
Your online reference for U.S. coins
Ron Guth, EAC #444
Dealer in rare coins
Julian Leidman, EAC #350
Col. Steven K. Ellsworth, EAC #1910
Specialists in colonial coins, early type, patterns, and rare U.S. type
Dave Wnuck, EAC #779
Chris Victor-McCawley, EAC #1394
Your complete online source for 1793 - 1857 U.S. half cents and large cents
Shawn Yancey, EAC #4647
Mark Borckardt, EAC #312; Greg Rohan, Eac #5191; Sam Foose, EAC #5286
Specializing in the 3-cent nickel series of U.S. coins 1865-1889
Gary Rosner, EAC #4730
Serving the collector of 18th Century British Trade Tokens, British Regal and
Commonwealth Coinage, evasions, counterfeits, and various mediums of exchange.
Gary Groll, EAC #4814
Contains an extensive amount of information on Massachusetts and United States
Half Cents including die varieties. Full-time buyer and seller of all US and foreign coins,
paper money, bullion, and sportscards.
Greg Heim, EAC #3619
One of the largest coin dealers in copper coins and large cents and an industry leader.
Greg Hannigan, EAC #5604
An extensive collection of Contemporary Counterfeit (Non Regal) British and
Irish Halfpence and Farthings for sale.
Clem Schettino, EAC #3532
Long recognized as one of New England's oldest, largest and most reliable coin shops.
Kevin Vinton, EAC #5814
Serving collectors since 1968
Peter Mosiondz, Jr., EAC #1486