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Dansco Coin Albums are a step-up in quality and versatility. The Dansco archival quality coin albums feature a handsome, distinctive simulated brown leather binder with gold stamping on the cover and spine. Albums are made from a tough cloth material to insure longevity with the pages constructed from a thicker paper for added durability. Closed album measures 7.75"w x 9.25"h. Choose from more than 70 collecting series.
OPTIMA coin sheets have an overall size of 8" x 10" (202x252 mm). Use with confidence for safe long-term storage of your coin collection. Optima Coin Pages are available in 7 different sizes with capacities from 6 to 54 coins per page. Optima Coin Albums also offer a special sheet for the storage of 2x2" coin holders. Both the Classic Style and Traditional Style Optima Binders come in two capacity sizes, a variety of colors, and include a protective slipcase.
Lighthouse has introduced a new concept in certified coin holder presentation that is secure, affordable and a snap to use. Safe and secure viewing and display of 9 slabs per page with 2-sided transparency - front and back of every slab is visible. Lightweight and durable, crystal clear, high quality plastic pages accommodate PCGS and NGC slabs, as well as ANACS, ICG and most other grading services, plus Lighthouse EVERSLAB Certified Style Slabs.
Over the course of eleven years, the National Park Quarters series will feature at least 56 different reverse designs featuring National Parks or National Sites from each state, US territory, and the District of Columbia. National Park Quarters will be released at a rate of five per year with a single design released in the final year.
The U.S. Mint began the Presidential Dollar program on January 1, 2007, and is similar to the State Quarter program in that it will not end until every eligible subject is honored. The program is to issue coins featuring each of four presidents per year on the obverse, issuing one for three months before moving on to the next president in chronological order by term in office. The U.S. Mint calls it the Presidential $1 Coin Program.
Launched in 1999, the United States Mint's 50 State Quarters Program was a 10-year initiative that honored each of the nation's states in the order that they ratified the Constitution or were admitted into the Union. State designs are displayed on the reverse (tails) of the quarters, while the obverse design displays the familiar image of George Washington.