Author : Thomas Moll
ISBN : 9780615188874
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 58.43 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
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Guide to Vintage Coin Folders and Albums discusses the many specialty coin folders and albums that were produced worldwide from the 1950s through the 1980s. Fully illustrated, this guide describes the folders and albums produced to house the coins of Australia, Canada, Denmark, Fiji, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, New Guinea, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, the Philippines, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States, and many more. The only work of its type, Guide to Vintage Coin Folders and Albums is a unique and interesting addition to any numismatic library.
Aptly named for President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Roosevelt dime is symbolic of his crusade to raise money for polio research by urging the public to show their support by sending in dimes. The organization it supported became known as the March of Dimes. This top-quality coin folder features this story and provides a beautiful showcase for your dimes. Larger than the average coin folder, it features three panels, with 90 die-cut dime openings, more than any other folder.
Named for President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Roosevelt dime is also symbolic of the early efforts of March of Dimes. With this top-quality coin folder you'll not only have a stunning showcase for your dimes, but you'll also have the history behind the naming of the coin and its ties to the March of Dimes. Larger than the average coin folder, this folder features two panels, with 46 die-cut dime openings, more than any other folder. The perfect gift for anyone with an interest in Roosevelt dimes minted between 1946 and 1964.
Coin folders have a long, distinguished legacy as being most people's first exposure to the coin collecting hobby. As part of the Foundations of Coin Collecting package, this folder contains a selection of cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars and dollars that are both interesting and able to be found in circulation. The folder not only provides the new collector with the basics of U.S. Mint and coin history, it also points them in the right direction to begin a successful collection. This folder's background information and historical anecdotes take an educational approach to coin collecting. It is a logical point of entry for parents, grandparents, aunts or uncles looking to engage children in a healthy educational hobby.