Regional Collector Clubs Decline in Internet Age While Americans are still collecting everything from state quarters to matchbox cars, most trading now happens on the Internet. For many local groups like the New Hampshire Collector's Club, it also means lean times: these days they're lucky to have a quorum. Kerry Grens reports.
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Regional Collector Clubs Decline in Internet Age

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While Americans are still collecting everything from state quarters to matchbox cars, most trading now happens on the Internet. For many local groups like the New Hampshire Collector's Club, it also means lean times: these days they're lucky to have a quorum. Kerry Grens reports.