National Park Quarters: 50 States + District of Columbia & Territories: Collector’s Quarters Folder 2010 -2021 (Warman’s
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From the Publisher
|Dimensions||0.37 × 9.46 cm|
Krause Publications; Brdbk edition (August 9, 2010)
7.03 x 0.37 x 9.46 inches
Beginner CollectionPros:The book has a smooth, glossy finish.There is a snug slot for each coin design and your coin will NOT fall out. Each slot is labeled with the year and theme.At the end of the trifold containing the coin slots, there is a sheet of paper with a little information about each of the locations and individual designs.Cons:The book is made of paper and easily damaged. One corner of my book arrived scrunched.After the coins are placed into the slot, it is impossible to adjust or remove them without damaging the book. Each of the slots only show one side of the coin, so any information on the head of the coin will be hidden. There is only one slot for each design, so it is impossible to gather a full collection of both the Denver and Philadelphia mints with just one book. (Since the heads are obscured, you also do not know which mint each coin originated from.)
T. C. –
Finally!I’ve used many inexpensive coin folders. Most have coin holes that are too tight and force you to pound the coins into the hold (not good). This is the first folder that has ‘goldilock’ holes – not to tight, not too loose (easy to insert, yet don’t fall out when you close the folder). Finally, an inexpensive folder that is made correctly!
April J –
Only 1 Slot For EachThere is only 1 slot for each quarter. This is an issue for me, as I collect both D and P mint. I really wanted a book that I could put both mints into so that I could have my collection in one book, rather than 2 books. However, I have Covid and cannot leave my house to do a return. It also costs more to have someone pick up the return, than it would be to just order another book. Therefore, I ended up ordering a second. It’s disappointing, as I said, because I wanted them all in 1 book. However, the book is really nice looking. It’s durable, you just have to be careful of the paper attached inside. It does fit the quarters quite well, they do not fall out. Overall, I am happy, even with only one slot.
Excellent value, coins fit well…Very similar to the old classic blue Whitman coin folders; these are easy to use and display coins well. Only one side of your coins will show, but unless you want to pay quite a bit more for a complex Dansco-style book with plastic slides, this is your best option.As long as you work on a hard, smooth surface (tabletop), coins are easy to press in. I use a cotton cloth, to avoid leaving a big fingerprint on my coin.
Denver & Philadelphia Coin Front… What??I like the National Parks Coin Book purchased but do not know what the Denver & Philadelphia Coin Front(s) are? Can someone please explain. Thank you! That is the 2nd con thing. THe first con is that I don’t like that the coin directions are left to right. I have the State Quarters Book and they are top to bottom with year on top. Much better to keep track that way instead of side to side, I feel. But other than that, the hard covers are nice and I believe pretty sturdy.
Katherin campbell –
Learning historyMy grandsons love them.
tim yawn –
Organized Quaters!Just what I’ve been looking for very easy way to track of my quarters and keep them easy to see. I haven’t collected them all yet but very close and this makes it so much easier and very convenient to look at and keep track of. Thank You!
Arrived quickly!Well packaged and just as described.
Great qualityExactly as advertised. Can’t wait to finish my collection!