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The journal of Early American Coppers, Inc., popularly known as "EAC," Penny-Wise presents the latest research on the early large cents and half cents of the United States. EAC was founded in 1967 and is one of premier specialty clubs in American numismatics. See for further information on EAC.


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    Penny-Wise 1/1/2019


    Vol. 53, no. 1, whole no. 295. January 2019.

    Original articles:
    John Hoskins, "The Double Chin - A Light Shining Into the Unknown."
    Craig Sholley, "Nineteenth Century Electrotypes - The Collectible Counterfeits."
    Jack Conour, "eBay and Large Cent Mintage."

    Penny-Wise 4/1/2019


    Vol. 53, no. 2, whole no. 296. April 2019.

    Original articles:
    Mark Borckardt & Marshall Bryant, "Third Known 1793 NC-6 Large Cent Idenitifed."
    Robert Towles Cummins, Jr., "Were Variant Star Counts in Early American Coins Intentional?"
    Craig Sholley, "Franklin Peale's Experimental Roller Hubs."
    Jack Conour, "Rarity Ratings of 1816 Large Cents."
    David Lange, "NGC Certifies New Half Cent Variety."

    Penny-Wise 7/1/2019


    Vol. 53, no. 3, whole no. 297. July 2019.

    Original articles:
    Bill Eckberg, "What is a Variety?"

    Penny-Wise 10/1/2019


    Vol. 53, no. 4, whole no. 298. October 2019.

    Original articles:
    Bill Eckberg, "The Liberty Cap Heads, 1793-1796."
    Conly Reider, "A Simple, Compact Setup for Photographing Slabbed Coins in High Resolution."
    Mike Packard, " 'Let Us at Least Agree....' I Can't."
    Ed Fuhrman, "Unraveling the Mystery of a Mint Error."
    Jack D. Young, "Counterfeit Coin of the Week - 1806 'C-1' Half Cent."

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