One EAC dealer I visit at shows usually keeps 3-4 boxes out priced at $10 or $15, $25, and $35, or thereabouts. They are mostly all common varieties (R1 to R2) but every once in awhile you get lucky.
There are several other members who do the same but they often don't sell in bulk like that except at the annual EAC convention/sale.
The larger EAC dealers tend to sell individual coins more than bulk lots, usually because attribution and grading justifies the asking price. In other words, you might get $25 for a coin in a bulk box, but if you pull it out, attribute it, and grade it, you can ask $30 or $40 for the same coin.
A box or two of early coppers is a great attraction to have at a show table (at least it guarantees a visit from me, lol)
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