There is no better gift a coin collector can give than passing along the love of the hobby to a younger generation. Now, in time for the holidays, comes the perfect tool for teaching, collecting, storing and displaying: the debut line of Warman’s coin folders from trusted collecting authority Krause Publications. The new products are available at online store ShopNumisMaster.com.
The U.S. Mint’s recent coin programs are bringing coin collecting to the mainstream, and what better way to encourage young people to collect while teaching them about U.S. history than with coin folders? Look to the Warman’s line for folders to house these popular coin series:
• State/Territorial Quarters 1999-2009
• Presidential Dollars 2007-2016
• Lincoln Cents 1959-2009
• Lincoln Cents 1909-1958
• Washington Quarters 1959-2009
• Washington Quarters 1932-1958
• Roosevelt Dimes 1965-2009
• Roosevelt Dimes 1946-1664
• Jefferson Nickels 1968-2009
• Jefferson Nickels 1938-1967
• Kennedy Half Dollars 1987-2008
• Kennedy Half Dollars 1964-1986
In addition to being a safe, organized way to store and exhibit each date in a series for the novice and seasoned collector alike, Warman’s folders provide background and historical information as well as coin specifications including weight, diameter, thickness, edge type and composition.
Collectors will love the glossy look of these affordable folders, and that’s not even the best part. Because of their larger size and greater number of holes, fewer folders are needed to house a series.
The State Quarters and Presidential Dollars folders are also available in a special deluxe format that contains more educational detail and holes for both the Philadelphia and Denver mints for each date in the series.
Basic folders cost $4.99 each, and the deluxe are $7.99 each.
All 14 folders, as well as other coin and paper money resources, can be viewed and purchased at www.ShopNumisMaster.com.
Receive free U.S. shipping on any coin folder order placed by Dec. 15. Use Coupon Code CNFOL19 when ordering at ShopNumisMaster.com or when calling Krause Publications at (800) 258-0929.