Late coin dealer J.H. Cline honored on Whitman floor with empty booth

Cline died January from injuries suffered in an accident
By , Coin World
Published : 03/27/15
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J.H. Cline is gone, but he is certainly not forgotten among the crowd of coin collectors and dealers at the Whitman Baltimore Expo.  

The longtime Standing Liberty quarter researcher and dealer who died in January from injuries suffered in an accident still has a spot on the floor. An empty booth is below a sign that reads "J.H. CLINE, IN LOVING MEMORY."  

Coin World Senior Editor Jeff Starck tweeted a picture from the Baltimore bourse Friday: 

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Bowers: Kennedy half dollar came along amid circulating coin shortage in U.S.

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