Dustin Johnston joined the Heritage team in 1998 and has been active in nearly every aspect of the business. He was born and raised in Tucson, where he also attended the University of Arizona. Prior to joining Heritage, he won a number of literary and exhibiting awards from the ANA. Dustin also served as an Exhibit Judge and Numismatic Theater Speaker for the ANA. He oversees the management of the Currency division including consignment acquisitions, purchasing, cataloging, and inventory management. He is a member of the PNG, ANA, IBNS, and SPMC. Currently, he serves as Vice President for the Professional Currency Dealers Association, and a board member for the Professional Numismatists Guild and Anti-Counterfeiting Educational Foundation. Away from work, he enjoys married life, his two young kids, and WWI research related to the 364th Infantry.
Len Glazer, a co-founder and president of Currency Auctions of America, is widely recognized as one of the country's foremost authorities on paper money. Still in high school, he entered the market as a coin dealer at local trade shows, and continued to buy and sell coins throughout his years at St. John's University. Before graduating, he became a recognized dealer of - and authority on - Fractional Currency. In 1975, Len founded Fractional Currency Incorporated. . In 1990, Len helped start Currency Auctions of America, Inc. Today, Len Glazer is recognized as the country's foremost authority on Fractional Currency, as well as one of the most respected figures in the entire paper money community.
Allen Mincho is one of the
foremost experts in the field of United States currency. He graduated New York
University Law School in 1971 and formed what is still the definitive
collection of National Bank Notes from the City of New York. In 1980 he became
a full time dealer. Specializing in National Bank Notes and large size type
material, he has had the opportunity to handle nearly every significant rarity
which has been offered since that time. After authoring a fixed price list
since 1971, Allen became one of the three founders of Currency Auctions of
America in 1990. This firm, which has now joined the Heritage family, quickly
became the largest and most successful currency auction house ever. He was one of the founding members
of the Professional Currency Dealers Association, and is a noted contributor to
Michael Moczalla joined the Heritage team in April 2005. His interest in coins began after finding two almost 40 year old Lincoln cents in change in the early 70s. His passion for numismatics continued to grow after having a chance to look at his paternal grandmother's coin and currency collection. In the early 90s he changed his focus to US currency after his wife Debra discovered a foldover error note. In early 2002, he opened MGM Currency and Coins in Vernon Hills, IL which boasted the largest currency inventory at the time in Lake County, IL. He is a member of ANA, CSNS, FUN, ILNA, SPMC and has served on the board of PCDA for over ten years where he currently serves as treasurer. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his family, travel, and fishing.
Keith Esskuchen was welcomed to the Heritage team in March 2018.
Prior to joining Heritage, he had served in the United States Marine Corps for
twenty-years and has been an avid collector of world currency since the
beginning of the millennium. While living
in Japan from 2006 through 2015, he expanded upon his numismatic interests and
became part-time dealer of world coins, currency, and Asian antiques; and
participated in numerous trade shows and auctions throughout Japan and Hong
from work, Keith enjoys conducting research and writing on economic and history
related topics. His current project is
focused on the expansion of foreign banks in China from the mid-1800s to early 1900s. He has a Bachelor of
Arts in East Asian Studies from the University of Maryland University
College-Asia and is currently pursuing an Executive Masters of Business
Administration degree at Texas Woman’s University. He is also a member of the International Bank
Note Society (IBNS), the Society of Paper Money Collectors (SPMC), and the
American Numismatic Association (ANA).
Craig Eustace was welcomed to the Heritage team in 2020 as a
World Currency expert. Craig has been a collector and part-time dealer of World
Paper Money for three decades, with Africa, Southern Africa in particular,
being his region of focus. In addition to collecting and part-time dealing, he
has been an active member in World Currency community by contributing to
various publications, including The Banknote Book and Mehilba World
Replacements. Craig completed his degree at the University of Stellenbosch
in South Africa with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Philosophy, and
Economics. Craig lived in South Korea for six years, and recently joined our
Dallas office. He is an avid world
traveler and speaks English and Afrikaans.
Jacco Scheper started collecting coins and stamps in 1977 at the age of 7. After graduating from the famous international Business University Nijenrode in 1991, Jacco held various management positions. In 1996 he and Huib Pelzer acquired coin show organizer MPO, and eventually transformed it into an auction and trading company. MPO held its first auction in 1999. Within a few years MPO became the leading auction house for coins, banknotes and stamps in the Netherlands, and expanded its auction activities to other collectibles from 2011 onwards. In 2015 MPO’s superb reputation for integrity and expertise caught the attention of the owners of Heritage Auctions, which acquired MPO and its entire staff and rebranded it as Heritage Auctions Europe.
In 2006 Jacco was voted onto the board of the NVMH (Dutch association of Coin Dealers), and elected President of the board in 2009, serving a 6 year term ending in 2012. In 2015 he became President again. Jacco also serves as one of the experts of the NVMH Committee for Numismatic Certification. He also served as a member of the board of SBN (Foundation to Promote Numismatics) from 2006 until 2015, is one of the judges of Krause's COTY (Coin Of The Year – Award), and holds memberships in TMV (Association for Registered Appraisers), Hobéon – recognized – and KGMPK (Royal Society for Coins and Medals).
Jacco is conversant in English, French, Dutch/Flemish and German.
Kenneth Yung joined Heritage Auctions as Director of Asian
Operations after building a career in numismatics as one of the most active
dealers in the Hong Kong and China markets. In addition to accepting
consignments for upcoming Heritage auctions, he will be responsible for all
Hong Kong office operations. Kenneth began to develop a strong interest in
collecting older items as a child, which eventually led to collecting coins and
banknotes during his high school years, and owning a retail business in Hong
Kong during the 1990’s. He has been a full-time dealer since 2002 and PCGS, NGC
& PMG authorized dealer since 2012. A committee member of the Hong Kong
Numismatic Society and Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong Stamp and Coin Dealer
Association, Kenneth is the organizer of the Hong Kong International Numismatic
Fair (HKINF), which is held each June and December.
Marcel Frissen joined the Heritage family in 2020 as Operations
Director – World Paper Money, and is currently operating from Heritage’s office in the Netherlands. He started collecting world coins and currency at eight
years old, after receiving a simple Netherland 5 Gulden note from his
grandparents. Over the years, he has increasingly specialized in currency.
After serving in the
military, Marcel participated in numerous coin shows all over Europe and
Scandinavia and is an active member of a number of European numismatic
organizations. Together, he and his wife often enjoy travelling and
continuing to build their large collection of currency & coins.
Marcel is conversant in Dutch, English,
A collector of coins and stamps starting in 1983, Jan and childhood friend Jacco Scheper visited numerous shows together starting in high school. After earning a journalism degree in 1992, he spent seven years in media before volunteering to help with Jacco's new venture at MPO once the company began auctioning in 1999. Jan officially joined the firm in 2001 as a specialist in Dutch medieval, provincial and colonial numismatics and now plays a vital role with the newly formed Heritage Auctions Europe.
Jan's experience in auctioneering and consigning during his 16-year tenure with MPO has made him an expert on Dutch and European Currency. A member of the NVMH (Dutch Association of Coin Dealers) catalog, he is multilingual in English, Dutch, German and French.
Susan Bremer started with Heritage Auctions in 2020. She joins us from Paper Money Guaranty where
she worked in all areas of the business from research to grading. She was born and raised in a military family,
so she has traveled extensively throughout her life. In 2015, Susan began working part-time for
her father at currency shows. Although
she had little knowledge, she discovered a passion for numismatics and began
down a very different career path than she was on. In 2017 she made numismatics
her full-time career. Through the shows and personal research, Susan has gained
a deep appreciation for some of the lesser-known numismatic items. She enjoys confederate bonds, theme park
currency, and military payment coupons.
She has a degree in Hospitality Management from Ellis University
in Chicago, Illinois and work towards a master’s degree in Accounting and Data
Analysis at Capella University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Susan is also a Certified Sommelier with the
Guild of Master Sommeliers. Susan is also a member of the Professional Currency Dealers Association (PCDA), the International Bank Note Society (IBNS), the Society of Paper Money Collectors
(SPMC), and the American Numismatic Association (ANA). Her hobbies outside of work and numismatics include spending time
with her family, travelling, collecting wine, cooking, reading.
Raiden Honaker was welcomed to the Heritage team in January
2021. Raiden found his passion in numismatics at a young age, and has been actively
collecting and expanding his knowledge for more than a decade. He grew up in the
small town of Vidalia, Georgia. Raiden became a part-time dealer of coins and
paper currency in his late teens after moving to Carrollton, Ga to attend the University
of West Georgia. There, he graduated with a double major and earned his
Bachelor of Business Administration in Management and Marketing in 2019,
followed by his Master of Business Administration in 2020. Raiden is a member
of the SPMC, IBNS, ANA, Texas Numismatic Association (TNA), and the Georgia Numismatic
Association (GNA). He is currently working on a publication on the history and
background of Georgia National Bank Notes. In his free time, he enjoys
researching local history, traveling, and antiquing.