Age Range: 8 and up
Hardcover: 3 pages
Publisher: H.E Harris (August 24, 2010)
Product Dimensions: 0.2 x 6 x 8 inches
Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
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I bought this for my 4 year old grandson who loves money - to put in his 'truck bank'. Since his bank is almost full - I thought he would enjoy these collection books! They are well made & fun to fill!
I can't say enough about the H. E. Harris coin books. Our family has had so much fun collecting and filling them up. They have provided a great activity that allows us to teach our kids how to count and search for different markings on the coins. Once we fill them up I will buy more so we can start all over again.
This folder looks great! It's a little tough to get the coins in the holes, you have to give quite a bit of effort. Not the most sturdy, but as long as you aren't too rough with it it should hold up fine. Gets the job done
The other HE Harris Folders I have purchased work great. However, this one for the nickels starting in 1996 had bad cuts, so squeezing the nickels into the cutouts was quite difficult. I needed to use a screwdriver to get the coins in (ultimately deforming the cutout holes). The penny folders were much better.
Nice folder. It has places for Monticello Reverse, 1996 to 2015 (P&D), and 21 blank ones.
I have always used these books for my collection because it has a label on the spaces to tell you how many of that coin were minted in a particular year. That helps me look out for the coins I need before I visit Coinstar. The books are sturdy cardboard well put together.
Does what it claims. Nothing exotic. Thought the paper would be a bit thicker, but my 9 year old daughter has done a good job of not jabbing her finger through any of the empty holes for coins, so that is promising.
Nice little way to collect coins for yourself, children, or grandchildren. In our case we collect them for our foreign exchange students because it makes an excellent American keepsake.
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