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Old 03-16-2012, 02:28 PM
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Default Coin/Collectibles in SE PA

I have a serious lack of organization for my finds. My main concern are the old coins I've collected. I have the standard coin books for my rosies, mercs, and wheat pennies. I plan on doing the same for my silver washingtons. That still leaves the less common coins like barbers, LC's, etc...

Anybody here from SE PA that has a local hobby or collectible shop they can suggest for coin holders, etc...?

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