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New Novel About Coin Collecting, “One of a Kind”

Barbara Erlichman
Interviewer: David Lisot

There are a lot of coin collectors and dealers. What about people who write novels about coin collecting? Barbara is wife to retired coin dealer Jay Erlichman who decided to write down her ideas about an imaginary 1873-S Seated Liberty dollar and the story of its discovery and sale.2:30

2012 FUN SHOW – Orlando Florida

The 57th Florida United Numismatists Convention was held in Orlando, Florida, January 2-5, 2012. Dealers manned 597 bourse tables buying, selling and trading numismatic material as well as jewelry, treasure and other collectible items. FUN has been in existence since 1955 and has grown to become the largest coin convention in the country. Attendance was estimated to have been more than 10,000 people.

The show is one of the most heavily advertised of any coin show in America with television commercials on all the major networks as well as cable and radio. The major grading services had tables and were accepting coins for submission.

Heritage conducted a rare coin auction that included a record breaking Platinum Night Sale that included large cents from the Denis Loring Collection and gold coins from the Dr. Steven Duckor Collection. Dennis Boggs was in attendance as Abraham Lincoln teaching and inspiring people about history. Young numismatists and Boy Scouts attended special activities that are held every year to teach kids about money and collecting. Numismatic educational seminars were delivered as part of the FUN educational program.

The next FUN convention will be held this summer in Orlando in July 2012.

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