Jun
04

A Lesson in Coin Folders

Posted by Megan

Coin folders are a novel and fun way to store your coin collection. We offer coin folders from Warman, Whitman and Dansco, each with their distinguished look and unique features. Come discover which one is best suited for you and your needs.

Warman’s coin folders highlight fun facts and trivia within their pages. All hobbies should be as interesting and fun. Their larger-than-average folders measure 7 x 9.5 inches and feature die-cut slots to hold your cherished coins. All of these features are wrapped in Warman’s glossy and attractive cover.

Whitman coin folders open flat for all-at-once viewing. They offer a three panel folder design measuring 7 x 7.75 inches. Mintage statistics as well as other coin series data are printed within the pages of these fine Whitman folders, making coin collecting entertaining as much as it is interesting. Whitman proudly builds their folders with the best archival-safe materials, ensuring no harm will come to your coins. These are truly secure and attractive coin folders.

Last, but certainly not least, Dansco offers their aesthetically pleasing coin folder. Take a long look at their brown leatherette folders featuring gold-stamped lettering; simplicity is certainly elegant. The Dansco line of folders hold tan, plastic-coated pages with black lettering. These pages can be removed and added with ease.

Each of these brands offer coin folders in varying denominations, dates, types and variety. For example, you can choose a folder for nickels, for Franklin half-dollars or for state quarters. You will be amazed at the variety of these coin folders. Visit our website to discover the coin folders you need for your coin collection. And don’t forget to stock up on our other coin collecting supplies.