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Techinal Money Penny Pockets Collection Storage Album Book Collecting 120 Coin Holders

  • Can store 120 coins.
  • Size: approx 6.1"x4.33".
  • Facilitate exchange of coin collectors.
  • Very small and easy to carry.
  • Suitable for coins, caps, tokens , medallions, badges.
Features:
100% brand new and high quality.
Suitable for coins , caps , tokens , medallions , badges.
Very small and easy to carry.
Facilitate exchange of coin collectors.
Can store 120 coins.

Material: Plastic
Color: Random delivery
Size: approx 6.1"x4.33" / 15.5cm x 11cm ( L x H )
Quantity: 1pcs

Note:
1. Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item.
2. Manual measuring, ple

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A Better Life Product -Collector Series 600 Coin flip

  • Coin Flips are the standard in the coin industry for long term storage, protection, and display of your cherished collectible coins
Coin Flips are the standard in the coin industry for long term storage, protection, and display of your cherished collectible coins.

Price: $ 21.95

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file photo depicts a red/brown uncirculated coin of this mintage…our coin has almost this much detail, but the lustre has turned a sort of irridescent brown. Pretty actually. 83.6 million minted.

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1964 Canadian Penny i

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Airdate: 02/10/08 Does it make sense to make cents? It costs the U.S. Mint almost two cents to make a penny, and some are wondering if they're worth the price. If we stop the penny presses, would prices go up or down? Would we be able to offer "a penny for your thoughts?" if American became penniless? Morley Safer tries to make sense of cents.

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