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ERIC HELMS ~ Hall A 5-6 March 12, 2013

Posted by comeintomygarden in Antiques.
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Do you know what the Robber Barons did right?
What do you call a torn corner $2 bill?
Why is it called a 3 cent nickle?

These are just a few of the questions Eric Helms knows the answers to. As a matter of fact, every collectible in his shop has an interesting story and the storyteller in him is more than happy to share!
Eric comes to Lakewood 400 all the way from Indianapolis, Indiana, but this true Southerner, a Georgia Tech graduate, is eager to make the South … Georgia, North Carolina or South Carolina …  his home again.
Although his love of collectibles is evident, Eric has three specialties. The first, Scripophily, deals with Old/Antique Stocks and Bonds. He is one of the top 25 dealers in the US. He has over 50 years experience in the second, Numismatics, the collection of coins. He specializes more in US type coins and silver, belongs to most key groups, and is always happy to help the younger collector.
As far as Paper Money, his third area, Eric specializes in US Currency, Obsoletes and Civil War Southern currency and papers including Confederate Bonds. He is a member of SPMC and PCDA.
Eric had quite an extensive business career with Fortune 500 Companies. From his love of music, Eric says “I probably should have lived in the Big Band era.” This total people person also  enjoys reading, writing, and, of course, storytelling.
Checking out Eric’s shop is an experience you are sure to enjoy and will probably learn a lot. But in Eric’s own words ” I haven’t found a cork big enough to stop me when I start a story. Just tell me to shut up if you have enough!”
Hall A 5-6
Email: echelms@aol.com

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