Meet Littleton's Expert Buyers

The Littleton Team has the best qualifications to serve you!
Littleton's knowledgeable buyers have over 100 years of combined numismatic experience. Beyond their contributions to the Littleton team, they're also proud to have Professional Associations with: American Numismatic Association, Central States Numismatic Society, Florida United Numismatists, and the Professional Numismatists Guild.

David Sundman

ANA: LM4463

PNG: Member #510

David Sundman, company president and son of founder Maynard Sundman, grew up in the collecting business. Since officially joining the company in 1972, he's become an authority on ancient coins and National Bank Notes. The holder of numerous numismatic awards, including the American Numismatic Association's Presidential Award, Glenn Smedley Memorial Award, and Medal of Merit, he also received the prestigious Professional Numismatists Guild's 2001 Significant Contribution Award for his consumer protection efforts.

Professional Memberships: American Numismatic Association, Smithsonian Institution's National Postal Museum – Council of Philatelists, American Numismatic Society (life fellow).

Jim Reardon
A quarter-century of successful buying experience with Littleton makes Jim Reardon ideally suited to purchase the rare and high-end coins he locates for collectors. Reardon has served as the company's chief coin buyer since 1993, and his vast knowledge on all things numismatic has made him Littleton's point person for in-house coin-related questions.
Butch Caswell
Butch Caswell, a member of Littleton's coin buying team since 1986, has broad expertise in all facets of coin collecting. As senior U.S. coin buyer over the last decade, he serves collectors with an easygoing nature and exceptional product knowledge. In addition, Caswell is also training manager for Littleton's grading team.
Ken Westover
Paper money is one of America's fastest growing collectibles, and since 1995, Ken Westover has honed his expertise in this ever-expanding field. Named the company's primary paper money buyer several years ago, Westover is also an expert in U.S. coins.
Littleton's Buyers Have Been Busy Purchasing Exciting Hoards
Hoards are exciting finds both for buyers and collectors. Littleton's team is ever vigilant in its search for these wonderful stockpiles, which bring large groups of sought-after coinage and paper money to eager collectors. David, Jim and Butch purchased the 1927-D Peace Dollar Hoard in 1992. Later, after Ken Westover joined the team, they purchased additional major hoards, such as the 1996 New York Subway Hoard, and 1998's Buffalo Nickel Hoard and Midwest MegaHoard.