Moments before a company-wide celebration, Jeff Marsh, senior vice president of Marketing, founder Maynard Sundman, and president David Sundman display a cake marking the company’s 60th anniversary.
Ceremony Marks Littleton Coin Company's 60th Anniversary
LITTLETON On December 2, 2005, Littleton Coin Company officers, employees and founder Maynard Sundman gathered to mark the company’s 60th anniversary. Company president David Sundman recognized his staff for their efforts, and thanked his father for starting the business.
He went on to note, “We wouldn’t be where we are today without the foresight of my mother and father, and all the contributions you and past employees have made.” In further celebration, a slide show played throughout the day in the cafeteria, featuring scenes from the company’s early years and significant milestones.
Littleton Coin Company began as a fledgling stamp business in 1945. When Maynard Sundman returned from WWII, he and his wife, Fannie, settled in the tiny northern New Hampshire town of Littleton, and began a business venture that took them further than either could have imagined.
Over 60 years, the company has evolved to become one of the world’s leading providers of collectible coins and paper money. Today, Littleton Coin employs more than 300 people and provides a wide variety of U.S. and world coins and paper money for collectors nationwide.