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Lincoln Cents Folder #2, 1941-1974

  • Whitman 0307090302 Folder Lincoln #2 1941-1974, 307090302
  • Includes: One Lincoln Cents Folder (1941-1974) Vol.2
  • Specs: Size: 5-3/4" x 7-5/8"
  • Part number(s) included (in factory packaging): 307090302
  • Features: This book allows you to store and display Lincoln cents dated 1941 through 1974 inclusive. This is a sturdy dark blue three panel thick cardboard folder. This folder will hold 90 pennies. Each coin slot is dated and mint marked according to which mint the coin was struck from. Quantity minted for each particular coin is printed below slot. The holes in this folder have a special positive lock-in feature. Interior is blue. History regarding this type of coin is printed
Lincoln Cents Collectors Folder 1941-1974

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Lincoln Memorial Cents Number Two: Collection Starting 1999

  • Coins NOT Included!
  • A great gift idea for any coin collecor!
A new foil-stamped addition to the classic line of Whitman Coin Folders. The Lincoln cent was the first regualr U.S. coin to portray a specific individual and was introduced in 1909 to memorialize the centennial of Lincoln's birth. In 1959 the original reverse design was replaced with the Lincoln Memorial in recognition of the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's birth. All Whitman Coin Folders feature: * Trademark royal blue, grained leatherette cover * Ability to open flat for all-at-once veiwing *

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Plastic 2x2 Coin Storage Box

  • Sturdy plastic construction
  • Holds either cardboard, vinyl or plastic 2x2s
  • Snaps securely in place
  • Blue
  • 2x2x9 dimensions
This sturdy plastic box holds either cardboard, flips or Whitman 2x2s

Price: $ 5.99

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Lincoln Cent 1909-1958 Collector's Folder (Warman's Collector Coin Folders)

  • Warman s Lincoln Cents 1909 1958 Collector s Lincoln Cent Folder
To do its part in the war effort, the U.S. Mint changed from a copper cent to a zinc-coated steel version for one year, in 1943. Rumor quickly spread that anyone who found a 1943 copper cent would be rewarded with a car from Ford. Now you can display your collection of the legendary Lincoln cents of 1909 to 1958 in this beautiful four-panel coin folder. Larger in size than the average folder, this unit has room for 144 coins, the most of any similar folder.

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Lincoln Cents Folder Starting 1975 (Official Whitman Coin Folder)

  • Coins NOT Included!
  • A great gift idea for any coin collecor!
Lincoln Cents Collectors Folder Starting 1975

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