State Quarter 1999-2009: Collector’s State Quarter Folder
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From the Publisher
|Dimensions||0.35 × 9.45 cm|
Krause Publications; The State Quarter Series edition (November 12, 2009)
7.05 x 0.35 x 9.45 inches
Beginner’s CollectionPros:The book is made from a thick paper casing for the coins with a laminate film covering, resulting in a smooth and shiny book.There is a specified and labeled slot for each coin, and the sizing is perfect, so you don’t have to worry about the coin moving or falling out.The book is a trifold with a sheet of information about the concept of the design series attached to the last section of the trifold.Cons:The book is easily damaged and scratched, for example, the laminate film was already peeling from the bottom of the spine upon arrival.The slots for each coin only show one side, so while you can display the design on the tail of the quarters, any information on the head will not be visible. This will obscure some information printed on each coin, such as the mint location.There is only one slot for each coin design, so avid collectors who want a “complete” collection with a coin of each design from both the Philadelphia and Denver mints will not be able to collect both mints, nor will the book show which mint each coin originated from.The slots are a tight fit, so it will be impossible to remove or reorient the coins after inserting them without damaging the book.
April J –
Only 1 Slot For Each QuarterThere 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’m satisfied, even if only one slot.
A great gift for youngstersPurchased two of these, one for each grandson. Also gave each a roll of quarters to get started. They were thrilled being able to trade and search for the missing quarters to fill the folder.
Organized QuartersJust 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!
Good qualityI am very pleased with this product. The folder is durable, and the slots are the perfect size to keep quarters in place. I really like the size of the folder as well. Worth buying! I loved it so much I purchased the national landmarks quarter collection folder. Hope this review helps.
Got left on porch through rainstorm and still works.Good quality
Great for the priceThe item has a simple look and organized well. It may not be as detailed as other collection folders, but it get the job done. It is nicely made and for a great price.
Keep TrackThese are great for organizing the quarters. I had separated quarters into sets, but when I decided to place them in the folder, I had problems reading where to put them, so it was a good idea. Just need another paid of eyes.
Carolyn K. –
Grandkids love themMy grandsons are collecting the coins.
GoodExactly as expected