Lester Merkin

Lester Merkin was a New York City professional musician, a saxophonist, who was a passionate collector of quality coins beginning in the 1940s. In 1956 he became a professional dealer, mentoring young numismatists.

Kevin Lipton

Kevin inducts Ed Milas into the HOF.

Ed Milas

Ed Milas was a visionary and in the late 1960s he was possibly the first major dealer to marry ultra high quality and rarity as a market concept.

Lipton, Milas, Guth

Ed's son, Wayde, accepts the award for his father.

Norman Stack

The final inductee, Norman Stack, was a member of Stack’s Rare Coins, one of the most important and longest-lived coin firms in America. A brilliant numismatist, Norman was involved as the primary cataloger in almost 400 auction sales.

Gerry Fortin

David Hall begins the PCGS Set Registry awards, beginning with Gerry Fortin who receives his award for his Liberty Seated Dime Collection, Best Classic Set.


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