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

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

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Whitman Coin Products is proud to offer the collector a new deluxe 50-state commemorative quarter coin folder. This ten-year coin folder provides 100 coin slots, one for each Statehood Quarter from both the Philadelphia and Denver Mints, and is the only way to collect all 100 quarters in a single coin folder volume.

Information on when each Statehood quarter is

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Whitman Coin Products is proud to offer the collector a new deluxe 50-state commemorative quarter coin folder. This ten-year coin folder provides 100 coin slots, one for each Statehood Quarter from both the Philadelphia and Denver Mints, and is the only way to collect all 100 quarters in a single coin folder volume.

Information on when each Statehood quarter is released and educational state facts such as state capitals, flowers, songs, and nicknames are included in each folder.

The folders open flat for all-at-once viewing and have protective flaps that prevent the coins from touching.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781582380780
Publisher:
Whitman Publishing
Publication date:
05/28/2000
Edition description:
Deluxe Edition, Coin Folder
Sales rank:
278,835
Product dimensions:
6.80(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.40(d)

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Fifty State District of Columbia and Territorial Quarter Folder: Deluxe Edition: 1999 Through 2009 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
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Practical and well done.
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Linux-Guy More than 1 year ago
Holds both P and D mint coins. Is a great organizer for this coin series. I would recommend this product to others.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
It's great! The coins fit perfectally i have a ton of coin books and this is the best one yet it couldn't get any better
Guest More than 1 year ago
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. ^_^
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought four, one for each of my children. If it weren't for all fifty states of both mints being in one book, I would have returned all four. I thought that it was just a problem with the first book, but after the fourth one, the holes were still too small and I had very, very sore fingers.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Everything about it is great!! The coins are a little hard to put in, but once they're in, they won't fall out. Great because it has both Philly and Denver mints. It also has 10 Extra spaces for special quarters. I use them for any quarters released in years someone in my family was born.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I like the idea of having Philadelphia & Denver Mint in one folder. The cover looks nice. The information's useful. The coin slots aren't well made! There're 110 slots in the folder but only 20 of them fit the quaters perfectly. The rest you'll need to hammer the coins in just to go half way!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a nice book. Lots of info about the states. Some quarters I had trouble getting in, but most went in easy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an outstanding folder for true coin collectors. It holds both the Denver and Philadelphia minted quarters.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The cover looks good, the information flaps look good, and it covers both Philadelphia and Denver mints. BUT THE QUARTERS DON'T FIT! You have to jam the quarters in just to get them in 1/2 way. I bought it and am returning it tomorrow.