50 States Coin Folder – #CNS44

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This folder is an inexpensive but attractive way to display your  State Quarter collection.  And it’s informative.  The coins are arranged in the order each state was admitted to the Union, so you’ll see how our country grew.  Plus it features dates of admission and neat facts about the quarter’s design to add to your fun.

Measuring 6 1/4" x 8 1/4", the display folder is large enough to hold all 50 quarters, but its four-panel design allows it to fold compactly for easy storage.  Constructed of sturdy, archival-quality materials to protect your collection for many years to come. 

Haven't begun your collection?  No problem – get every state quarter from both the Philadelphia and Denver Mints in one easy step.  That's 100 uncirculated statehood quarters in mint-fresh condition!  Learn more here.

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This folder is an inexpensive but attractive way to display your  State Quarter collection.  And it’s informative.  The coins are arranged in the order each state was admitted to the Union, so you’ll see how our country grew.  Plus it features dates of admission and neat facts about the quarter’s design to add to your fun.

Measuring 6 1/4" x 8 1/4", the display folder is large enough to hold all 50 quarters, but its four-panel design allows it to fold compactly for easy storage.  Constructed of sturdy, archival-quality materials to protect your collection for many years to come. 

Haven't begun your collection?  No problem – get every state quarter from both the Philadelphia and Denver Mints in one easy step.  That's 100 uncirculated statehood quarters in mint-fresh condition!  Learn more here.