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Harvey G. Stack
Harvey G. Stack is the son of Morton M. Stack and nephew of Joseph B. Stack, who formed Stack’s rare coin business in 1933, where Harvey worked as a full-time staff member for 62 years as Chief Manager of Business Affairs. During those six decades, Harvey personally conducted more auction sales than anyone in the numismatic industry, appraised and cataloged countless numismatic rarities, and was responsible for the sale of some of the most spectacular collections in history, such as The Anderson-Dupont Collection, The Davis-Graves Collection, and The Harold S. Bareford Collection. In 1996, Harvey addressed the U.S. House Banking Committee to propose the State commemorative quarters series, and when the program ended in 2008, the U.S. Mint estimated that 147 million people were collecting state quarters. Harvey has been a member of the American Numismatic Association (ANA) for more than half a century, as well as countless other significant numismatic associations.
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