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Lincoln Cents Folder #2, 1941-1974 Book Supplement – December 1, 1996
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UPDATE....TRY THE H. E. HARRIS FOLDERS, SEEM TO BE THE BEST OUT THERE
Now it is much more difficult with the new books.
I found I had to try pushing the coin one way, then taking it out and pushing it in another. Then the coin would
go in. Even more difficult if using the slots towards the middle of the folding pages.
I bought some for myself and my granddaughter, now I feel sorry for her having to deal with these pages.
But -- it is the only game in town. And the game is made ... you guessed it - China.
Most of these Lincoln pennies are easy to come by. Even the first Lincoln penny, the 1909 VDB, uncirculated, can be easily obtained at any coin chop fairly inexpensively. A roll of 50 wheat pennies can be obtained for $10 dollars or less. When I get home from work, there are always a few coins in my pocket for my kids to go through. Wouldn't you know, there always happens to be a wheat penny in there.
I have instituted a scheme for my kids' (8 year old boy and 6 year old girl) coin collection. They are in Montessori, in which there is significant independence and schoolwork is less strictly enforced than in public school. My wife and I have differing views on this. I've taken it upon myself to try to do my part. In school, they have a given number of goals which are expected to be done per week. 15 goals per week is the ultimate goal, though sometimes difficult. For this, they get a 1909 VDB penny, or an uncirculated Mercury dime, or a V nickel, or a half dime, or a large penny, or some sort of nice proof. These are usually to be had for about $15. For 12 goals per week, they get a Susan B proof or a common error coin or a some such thing. If they get 12 or more goals per week for 4 weeks in a row, they get something nice, like a Morgan silver dollar. Let me tell you, this works like a charm.
A state quarter collection is another great idea. These are of course easy to come by as well.
Sorry for going off on a tangent, but I'm excited about this, as are my kids. Back to the review at hand. The folder is cheap.Read more ›
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perfect place to keep track of which pennies I have or still need to complete my collection.Published 11 days ago by Gerald Keener
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