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Coin Flip Mega Assortment - 1,000 Cardboard 2x2 Holders - 7 Sizes: 200 Cent, 100 Nickel, 100 Dime, 300 Quarter, 100 Half, 100 Small Dollar, 100 Large Dollar - with heavy resealable bag, instructions

  • INEXPENSIVE, EASY-TO-USE protection for your coins - cardboard coin holders are the most popular way to protect your collection
  • Archival safe crystal clear windows (no PVC), low dust level for the best protection
  • 2x2 flips fit into standard 20-pocket binder pages or coin boxes. Just fold with coin inside, then staple or tape
  • INCLUDES ALL THESE SIZES: cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, halves, small dollars and large dollars - with extras of the most popular penny and quarter sizes. A handy size guide is also included.
  • SAVE EVEN MORE WITH QUANTITY DISCOUNT: Buy 2 get 10% off, buy 3 get 20% off - no coupon code required
Cardboard coin flips are an INEXPENSIVE, PRACTICAL way to store, display, and protect your coins. Simply set your coin onto the clear window, fold, and seal with staples or tape. You can WRITE COIN DETAILS and notes on the outside.

ARCHIVAL SAFE windows are crystal clear archival polypropylene (not PVC) so they are safe for long-term storage. They fold to 2" x 2" and fit perfectly into standard 20-pocket binder pages or coin storage boxes (not included).

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List Price: $ 49.00 Price: $ 38.97

These rolls seem to be full of lots of teens, twenties, and thirties in all of them along with Indian Head Cents and more silver dimes like barbers and Mercury, and even possibly seated liberty dimes. If you are not familiar with my previous auctions, then you should know that these rolls are all compiled of coins my grandfather gave me from his old collection that he passed down to me to help me to deal with some recent medical expenses. Please bid with confidence knowing that these rolls have not been searched and have a high approval rating amongst other bidders and buyers, and due to previous customer statements and feedback, these rolls will all be to your satisfaction!

NOTE:
New to buying coins? Well here’s a quick tip:
NEVER BUY RAW COINS WITHOUT SEEING A PICTURE OF THE EXACT COIN YOU’RE LOOKING AT PURCHASING. IF THE COIN YOU’RE BUYING IS OF A GRADED/SLABBED COIN, (FROM NGC, PCGS, or ANACS) THEN GET THE CERTIFICATION NUMBER & NORMALLY YOU CAN FIND A PICTURE ON ITS WEBSITE.

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Award-winning author Richard Snow examines the Flying Eagle and Indian Head cents of 1856 to 1909, exploring mintages, challenges for the collector, and interesting varieties. His date-by-date research is enhanced by historical essays as well as an engaging overview of the series by the “dean of American numismatics,” Q. David Bowers. High-quality, full-color photographs illustrate each coin. Snow’s detailed research includes yearly production notes; market values in multiple grades (including Brown, Red/Brown, and full Red Mint State); certified population data; tips on collecting circulated, Mint State, and Proof coins; and more. This expanded second edition includes an illustrated biography of designer James Longacre; an appendix on detecting counterfeit and altered coins; an appendix of more than 1,000 recent auction records; a history of market prices going back to 1946; and a bibliography for further research—plus new sections on pattern coins and toned Proofs.