I have not seen David Hendin's recent price lists but individual coins were
usually too expensive for my exhibit. I started in his Beginners Bargains and
also got all of the editions of his book directly from him. An excellent source
for Judaean coins.
Amphora, P.O. Box 805, Nyack, New York 10960. (914) 358 7364
Another source for Jewish and other ancient coins. He is local for me, so I
have sorted through his offerings to find what I wanted. My largest purchases
have been of bulk, uncleaned, unidentified Judaean leptons.
William M. Rosenblum, P.O. Box 355, Evergreen, Colorado 80439. (303) 838 - 4831.
A friend and I have patronized Guy Clark using his
Web address. We got some nice bargains
on otherwise expensive coins.
Guy Clark, Ancient Coins and Antiquities, P.O. Box 6151, Norfolk, VA 23508-6151, U.S.A. http://www.ancient-art.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. (757) 622 - 3474
I have not purchased coins for many years, so I am essentially out of touch with the present market. I no longer have recommendations for sources of readable ancient coins and consider that the investment grade coins are too expensive for an educational exhibit like mine.
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