Lincoln Cents Folder Starting 1975 (Official Whitman Coin Folder)

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Lincoln Cents Collectors Folder Starting 1975

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3 Responses to “Lincoln Cents Folder Starting 1975 (Official Whitman Coin Folder)”

  • mike:
    85 of 86 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great folder for not a lot of money!, March 22, 2012
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    This review is from: Lincoln Cents Folder Starting 1975 (Official Whitman Coin Folder) (Hardcover)
    It works just as it is supposed to do. FYI, it’s not posted anywhere but the coin folder dates to 2013.
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  • Honest Abe:
    33 of 34 people found the following review helpful
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    Makes sense to keep your cents in here, June 10, 2013
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    This review is from: Lincoln Cents Folder Starting 1975 (Official Whitman Coin Folder) (Hardcover)
    I bought this product with some anxiety. It says it starts in 1975, but it wasn’t clear if it went through the current year. I took a chance and purchased it anyway given that it was only a few bucks. Upon receiving it, I was delighted to find that it was in fact current (through 2013).

    It was everything I expected. It is cheap family fun. The pennies fit and don’t fall out. What else could an amateur penny pincher like me want out of this product?

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  • Dandan:
    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
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    I’m a repeat buyer…, March 23, 2013
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    Dandan

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    This review is from: Lincoln Cents Folder Starting 1975 (Official Whitman Coin Folder) (Hardcover)
    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: The book that I received had locations for P & D pennies ranging from 1975 – 2013, including locations for all 7 varieties of the 1982 pennies, and all 4 varieties (for both the P & D) of the 2009 pennies. My book came with 3 pages of 89 marked holes; there was only 1 unmarked hole in this book, which I used for a “reverse” coin. However, the quantity minted numbers aren’t displayed for the pennies of 2009 – 2013 (but this is not a big deal for me).

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