Series: Washington Quarters
Hardcover: 2 pages
Publisher: Whitman Publishing; 2009 ed. edition (August 24, 2008)
Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 0.2 x 7.7 inches
Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
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My criticism is that the backing behind the quarter slots is very thin. If one weren't careful, it would be pretty easy to poke a quarter through the backing paper. Buyers should also know that in addition to the 12 labeled slots for the quarters from DC and the U.S. Territories from each mint, there are also 28 blank slots, which could be helpful or not, depending on your needs.
This is a collectors book for 2009 quarters. Just so you know, while there are open spaces for sixty quarters, only twelve are labeled, since this is just for 2009 quarters. You can use the others spaces as you like, or not use them at all.
I really like the H.E. Harris & Company coin holders. The folders hold the coins in an useful, systemtatic and safe way with extra slots for additional coins of the collectors preference.You are looking at the coins and not the folder, which is what the folders job is.
I was thrilled that it has spots for both the P & D versions for these coins for this short, one year, 12-coin set from 2009. It also has lots of blank spots (48) as well for other quarters that you'd like to save. I use it for my 1976 bicentennials that I find from time to time.
When I bought this, I don't know what exactly I was expecting, but I didn't think I would be paying the same price for a third of the quarter collection. If you're into collecting quarters, then it's a must. However, beware that there is only one page of quarters with the rest being blanks.
This one does not have the P & D for the US Territories but I don't blame the seller. It may have been my fault for not asking about this detail before purchasing it. I wish there was a book just for the US Territories as I've yet to find one. Otherwise, I'm satisfied with this purchase.
This collection focuses on the 2009 series of quarters and as others have mentioned it has lots of empty slots. I use the empty slots to hold the more recent National Parks quarters. Unlike others I judged the quality of materials to be perfectly fine, considering the price of the item (less than $4 and shipped free!).
Per my 12 year old coin collector: It was a lot smaller than I thought it would be. It is very short. I recommend laying it on a flat surface before putting the coins in so the back doesn't rip. The back, behind the coins, is not solid, it is just paper. It does include a lot of extra unmarked extra coin slots. Coins have not fallen out yet. They fit in fairly nicely, but doesn't go into the folder very deeply.
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