On December 1, 1997, President Bill Clinton signed the 50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act. This called for new designs on the quarter dollar, to honor each of the nation’s states. For ten years five different quarters were released annually, in the order in which the states joined the Union. The program began with the Delaware quarter in 1999 and ended with Northern Mariana Islands in 2009.
Whitman coin folders are timeless and durable, and offer safe, archival storage for your collection. Every folder opens flat for all-at-once viewing and includes valuable information about the coins it holds.
It holds state quarters from all 50 states plus District of Columbia and U.S. Territories.
The holes in these folders have a special LOCK-IN feature. Simply place the coin with one edge tipped into the hole, and press. Feel the snap? It’s locked in, but you can still easily remove the coin when needed.
Each folder comes with detailed specifications and a history of the coins you are collecting. Live the life of your coins as you look back on their past.
This folder holds Statehood Quarters from 1999 to 2009. It has 60 openings. Overall size is 7¾ x 6". Whitman item #8097.
It’s ok but I figured that it would hold both Denver and Philadelphia mints. When I bought them before (at stores awhile back when they were sold at stores), the ones I bought held both mint’s quarters, but this one is nice.
The maps of the national parks are absolutley beautiful we are beyond happy with them