Bim Gander, President, Early American Copper Society
Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com.
EAC is a club of 1300 member that elects a president for a term of three years. Departing president Bim Gander talks about his time in office and the challenges of leadership including difficult financial decisions that had to be made.
He stresses how important it is to have a good team of decision makers. He concludes with what his future holds and his feelings about coin collecting.
Copyright © CoinWeek – May 2014
Early American Coppers Convention
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Early American Coppers (EAC) is a not-for-profit numismatic specialty organization founded in 1967 to serve as a point of contact for collectors of early U.S. copper coins – Colonials, Half Cents, Large Cents, and Hard Time Tokens.
Today EAC comprises over 1,200 members located throughout the United States. EAC members are deeply interested in the historical background, attribution, grading, rarity, and related aspects of the early coppers, as well as collecting and trading. Many EAC members are highly knowledgeable and prolific contributors to the numismatic literature of this country.
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