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Fifty State District of Columbia and Territorial Quarter Folder: Deluxe Edition: 1999 Through 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2006

    Nice Folder

    I purchased this folder after my mother pursuaded me to add this to my list of hobbies. It is a very sturdy folder that displays the coins quite nicely, and I (like others) do like the fact that it possesses coin slots for both Denver and Philadelphia coins, as well as a couple extra slots for other coins of personal interest. I would have to agree that initially putting the coins in the folder were a bit of a hassle, but I fold it easier to do so with the following method. Instead of trying to push the coin in while the folder is on a flat surface, I usually put the folder on my lap (or table or whatever) and support the top of the folder lightly with one of my hands. Then, I am able to push the coin easily with my thumb or finger of my other hand. I have found this works well since you are not pushing against a solid surface when you are trying to insert the quarter. However, I should note that the folder is likely to crease or rip a little bit if you do this too forcefully, since by using this method you are essentially bending the folder ever so slightly to insert the coin. To remove a coin I simply push on the imprint that the coin makes when I inserted it and it pops right out. I hope this helps those of you who have difficulty inserting and removing coins, and does not discourage you from purchasing this item or abandoning this hobby. ^_^

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2002

    Nice book

    This is a nice book. Lots of info about the states. Some quarters I had trouble getting in, but most went in easy.

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