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America's Favorite Coin Source: Trusted Since 1945
America's Favorite Coin Source: Trusted Since 1945

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Send cheerful Season’s Greetings with the latest 2018 Native American dollar – handsomely displayed in Littleton’s exclusive Showpak® holder! https://bit.ly/2DnkajM
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Did you know… that it takes approximately 25,000 cents to fill a 5 gallon jug? Depending, of course, on the shape of the jug and how the coins fall inside it.
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Some traditions were stopped for good reason! It’s believed that early silver dollars were used as baby teethers, since they were too big to swallow. Have you ever used a coin around the home to “fix” something?
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We are doing another Sweepstakes! Enter Littleton's GOLD COIN SWEEPSTAKES for your chance to win an 1853 $10 Gold Coin and other weekly prizes. Click here for details and official rules. NO purchase necessary to enter or win. www.littletoncoin.com/sweepstakes
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Do you have coins you’d like to store, but you’re not sure of their size? Visit Littleton’s Coin Holder Guide on the Learn Center: http://bit.ly/1u6wnfH Then, let us know what you think of it here!
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Of the two commemoratives issued this year, which is your favorite – the World War I, or the Breast Cancer Awareness?
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You never know what you might find – and where you might find it! Here are some exciting tales of impressive coin hoards that have been discovered over the years: http://blog.littletoncoin.com/hoards/
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The Lincoln cent of 1909 to date represents the longest-running obverse design in U.S. coinage history. What is your favorite long-running U.S. coin obverse design?
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Which quarter series do you prefer - Statehood or National Park – and why?
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These coins answer the call of the wild! Check out these designs featuring animal themes – and tell us which is your favorite! http://blog.littletoncoin.com/wildlife-coinage/
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