Whitman brand, folder opens flat for all at once viewing and includes data pertaining to the coins it holds 20th Century Type Coins, 35 openings....
|Title||:||20th Century Type Coins: Official Whitman Coin Folder|
|Publisher||:||Whitman Coin Pub February 1, 1990|
|Number of Pages||:||275 Pages|
|File Size||:||594 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
20th Century Type Coins: Official Whitman Coin Folder Reviews
I bought this not completey knowing what to expect. I love it! This has holes for one of each coin minted in the 1900's:
My 12 year old grandson started a coin collection. He has a little bit of a lot of things. Mostly he was just buying things that he liked. Nothing wrong with that but I got this for him so he'd have a collecting goal, i.e., he could search for what he was missing rather than spend his money on what was pretty.
great folder, I like this type since this was the type my dad used to get when I was younger. this folder is special because it is of all types, or means to be, I think it is cool to see all different types of coins in one folder, great starter folder or one for excite kids about coin collecting.
This folder holds many of the collectible coins that we can find from time to time, and then many of the coins that we have to wait for, and actively look for, which in my mind, is the perfect combination to grab a new collector's interest. This was a gift for a friend, but my own folder, actually a novice collector's card, came with one of the coins, a silver penny. Ironically, my friend had found one of these pennies, and that was the start of collecting for this folder.
nice folder, holds coins tight
buy the Dansco album
As you've probably read in other reviews, some of the coins were nearly impossible to fit because the holes were just slightly too small. This is a good folder for a budding numismatist, my only complaint other than the hole sizes are that there is a spot for a Sacagawea dollar, which isn't actually a 20th century coin.