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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 1/1/2022


    January 2022. Vol. 56, no. 1, whole no. 307. Original articles:

    Roger W. Burdette, "Production Dates of Half Cent Proof Restrikes, 1840-1848"

    Craig Sholley, "The Fugios, the First U.S. Coin, the First U.S. Large Cent"

    Dennuis Fuoss, "The Long Road to Completion: 1796 Large Cents"

    David Consolo, "The Rest of the Story..."

    Bob Kebler, "American Half Cents - the Little Half Sisters: A 50th Anniversary Tribute"

    Joel J. Orosz, "The First Commerical Use of the Sheldon Grading System: the Suitcase, the Switcher, and the Secret Cataloger"

    Penny-Wise 4/1/2022


    April 2022. Vol. 56, no. 2, whole no. 308. Original articles:

    Bill Eckberg, "Robert Scot, First Engraver of the United States Mint. Part I: His Hiring"

    Roger W. Burdette, "Additional Confirmation of Large Berry Half Cents as Contemporaneous Pieces"

    Jack D. Young, "The Progression of a Counterfeit, or, What Would You Call These 1796 S-85 Large Cents?"

    Penny-Wise 7/1/2022


    July 2022. Vol. 56, no. 3, whole no. 309. Original articles:

    Bill Eckberg, "Robert Scot, First Engraver of the United States Mint. Part 2: His Growth at the Mint"

    Craig Sholley, William Eckberg, and John Dannreuther, "Braided Hair Restrike Proof Cents: Another View"

    Roger W. Burdette, "How Many Master Coins Could Be Struck Before Half Cent Dies Required Repolishing?"

    Kevin Vinton, "New Die State of 1804 Large Cent"

    Penny-Wise 10/1/2022


    Vol. 56, no. 4.

    Original articles:

    Craig Sholley, Bill Eckberg, and John Dannreuther. "Large Berry Proof Half Cents: Originals and Restrikes"

    Craig Sholley. "Some Comments on the Polishing of 1840-1849 Half Cent Proof Dies"

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