For quality Flying Eagle, Indian Head, and Lincoln Cents, as well as Large Cent, Half Cent (1/2 cent), and Two Cent (2 cent) pieces, as well as interesting error cents, contact:
Charmy Harker The Penny Lady® ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ P.O. Box 61987 Irvine, CA 92602 (949) 632-0414 charmy@ThePennyLady.com
In addition to the ever popular Flying Eagle cent, I have several quality KEY DATE Indian (1877, 1909-S) and Lincoln (1909-S vdb, 1914-D) cents, as well as many other dates, both circulated and uncirculated, including Proofs, in most grades, certified and raw, at reasonable prices. I also have many error and variety cents, including repunched dates, misplaced dates, double dies (1955, 1972, 1995), 1922 no D, off center, broadstruck, etc. I also stock quite a few of the increasingly popular "rainbow" toned cents. I also have a nice selection of Large cents, Two cents, and Half cents, both raw are certified mostly in PCGS and NGC holders.
My main goals are:
To provide high quality coins at a fair price.
To make sure my customers are completely satisfied with their purchases.
And I will do whatever I can to meet these goals. I guarantee the authenticity of any of my coins but please remember, however, that grading is quite subjective and, although I do my best to assign an honest grade to the raw coins I sell, I do not guarantee that any third party grading service (or anyone else for that matter) will agree with my opinion.
You will see that I have some great photos of several of my coins posted here on my website (taken by Todd Pollock at http://bluccphotos.com/), but I can also take photos of coins not pictured that are valued over $75, limited to 3-4 coins. (Keep in mind that prices on the lists are subject to change.)
I take credit cards, and have an easy lay away program. I will also gladly describe my coins in more detail so please be sure to ask questions before you purchase any coins, but if a coin turns out to be not to your liking, I have a 7-day return policy.
If you have specific or hard-to-find coins you're looking for that I may not have in stock, I gladly take want lists and will hunt and search for your coins throughout my travels to coin shows all over the country and through my connections with other dealers.
Consider Consigning Your Coins
If you are interested in selling your coins/collection, you may want to consider consigning your coins to me. Sometimes the value you receive from consigning coins can be more than if you sold them outright. My consignment program is simple and works like this: once you and I agree on a price you are comfortable with receiving for your coin(s), then any amount over the sales price is my commission. This allows me flexibility to adjust the price without affecting the amount you receive for the coin. I will have my coin photographer professionally photograph your coin, add it to my website, and market it at all the coin shows I attend, so your coin will receive the highest visibility among my numerous copper lover followers.
SEE MY INTERVIEW ON "VISITING WITH HUELL HOWSER"!!
At the February 2011 Long Beach Coin Show, I was honored to be interviewed for a segment on "Visiting with Huell Howser" (of "California's Gold" fame). The segment first aired on March 7, 2011, and the following is my interview which was uploaded to YouTube. Enjoy!
VIDEO Interview of Charmy Harker, The Penny Lady By David Lisot of CoinWeek on December 7, 2013 (posted on CoinWeek.com on June 23, 2014)
The Greater Houston Coin Club sponsors the Money Show of the Southwest with a focus on education and exhibits. At this convention the People’s Choice Award for best exhibit went to a display showing things made from pennies including pie cutters, twirlers, love tokens, miniature banjos, tea pots and much more. Learn about this fascinating specialty of collecting from The Penny Lady herself, Charmy Harker
In April 2009, I attended the PCGS Members Only Coin Show in Las Vegas and was honored to be interviewed about my impressions of the show. Following is a clip produced by PCGS of this show, which includes my interview. Hope you enjoy it!