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eBook Washington Quarter Folder 1948-1964 (Official Whitman Coin Folder) download ISBN: 0307090310
Author: Whitman
Publisher: Whitman (July 1, 1988)
Language: English
Pages: 3
ePub: 1482 kb
Fb2: 1832 kb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: lrf lit mbr lit
Category: Crafts and Home
Subcategory: Antiques and Collectibles

Series: Official Whitman Coin Folder. Publisher: Whitman (July 1, 1988).

Series: Official Whitman Coin Folder. I just bought a box of quarters from the bank (which contains 2000 quarters), and I didn't find a single quarter predating 1965! So if you're just spending fun time sorting coins with the kids like I am, you'll probably never end up using the 1932-1947 or 1948-1964 quarter folders

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Official Whitman Coin Folder. Whitman Coin Products. Unless you already have 1948-1964 quarters in hand this folder will be of little use to collectors looking for coins in circulation

Official Whitman Coin Folder. Unless you already have 1948-1964 quarters in hand this folder will be of little use to collectors looking for coins in circulation. Starting in 1965 much of the U. S. coinage was debased by substituting nickle and copper to replace the precious metal of silver. It appears the banks and knowlegeable collectors have effectively removed all the silver coinage from circulation. The old silver quarters are currently worth more than their 25 cent face value.

Whitman Folders - Washington Quarter No. 2, 1948-1964 Whitman Folders - Washington Quarter No. 2, 1948-1964, 43 openings. Whitman brand, folder opens flat for all-at-once viewing and includes data pertaining to the coins it holds. The holes in this folder have a special LOCK-IN feature. But first, a word of caution: always hold a coin by the edge and never touch its obverse or reverse. We recommend you wear gloves when pressing your coins into place

Whitman Folder 9031: Washington Quarters No. 2, 1948-1964. Whitman coin folders are among the best in the industry.

Whitman Folder 9031: Washington Quarters No. Whitman Folder 9040: Washington Quarters No. 3, 1965-1987. A Whitman folder contains mintage statistics and other details about the individual coins it holds and the outer jackets are impeccably designed. Whitman Coin Folders.

The Washington quarter is the present quarter dollar or 25-cent piece issued by the United States Mint. The coin was first struck in 1932; the original version was designed by sculptor John Flanagan. As the United States prepared to celebrate the 1932 bicentennial of the birth of its first president, George Washington, members of the bicentennial committee established by Congress sought a Washington half dollar.

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Brand: WhitmanCustoms services and international tracking provided. CLASSIC BLUE WHITMAN JEFFERSON NICKELS ALBUM for 1938 - 1964 - NO COINS. From United StatesBrand: WhitmanCustoms services and international tracking provided. Washington Head Quarter 1946-1959 Coin Folder 9031.

This listing is for a Whitman Folder for Washington Quarters 1948-1964. Whitman folders are an affordable, convenient method of storing and displaying your coin collection. This three panel folder holds all business strikes from 1948 to 1964. It includes a total of 43 ports labeled with the year, mint, and mintage figures. This folder is new from our inventory. Each folder measures . 5" x . 5" when closed to easily fit on your bookshelf. The exterior of the album is grained blue with embossed text. A foldout page gives the history of the series.

Washington Quarters Collectors Folder 1948-1964
Comments: (7)
Pettalo
I have been collecting coins since my grandpa gave me my first penny book when I was 15. Over the past 20 years, I have slowly added to my collection, now collecting nickels, dimes, and quarters too. I share this passion with my kids and we collect, sort, and check every coin we come in contact with. That very first penny book was a Whitman and they remain my favorite. I have tried a few others but Whitman's quality is great. Highly recommend.

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Nuadora
I bought the entire collection of these folders that is available at the moment. They all arrived within a day of each other, as expected. New users may think they seem small but they are a very compact and inexpensive way to keep your coins organized. A great tool for the beginner or the experienced coin collector. Be sure to lay the binder on a flat, hard surface like a desk or kitchen counter when entering your coins and you should have no problems.
Foginn
I've been buying Whitman coin books since I was a kid...These books hold up very well over time! I even have a couple of Whitman [penny] coin books that my grandfather started over 35 years ago, and the books are still in one piece. As long as you're working on a hard, flat surface with nothing else under your coin book, then you'll never have to worry about ripping out or punching through the back of your book. Yes, most of the coin books out there have tight cutouts for the coins... Forget the sore thumbs; I use the plastic "butt end" of an `ultra fine point' Sharpie marker to push in my coins. This method also makes it possible for my kids to push the coins in to the holes.

TIP: I just learned (after buying this book) that quarters from 1964 and prior were made out of 90% silver, and are nowadays VERY difficult to find in rolls from the bank. I just bought a box of quarters from the bank (which contains 2000 quarters), and I didn't find a single quarter predating 1965! So if you're just spending fun time sorting coins with the kids like I am, you'll probably never end up using the 1932-1947 or 1948-1964 quarter folders. So you might want to think about how seriously you're going to search for these "silver" quarters before you buy this book.
Gavidor
The perfect book in a convienient size to hold my collection of quarters. These books have been around for a long time and I have always used them for my coin collections. Coins are easily inserted and don't fall out. Removing the coins takes a little more effort but I manage to get them out without any damage to the book.
Coiwield
Kid friendly. 10yr loves it & can organize his coins by himself. Thank you for making my life easier.
Arcanescar
Thought I would like these but my coins are to nice to touch but these would seem great for kids or beginners
Halloween
thank you great job keep it up
These books are great although sometimes the coins don’t actually fit in the designated holes. my daughter still loves to use them though