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Hello again. Thanks for the answers to my scratchy Lincoln cent obverse. It looks to be a common thing that has to do with the die at time of striking. I got an XF 1909-S for 115. Just because the seller put a caution that it may have been cleaned. I win. Having to do with my Lincoln collection, I would like some opinions on Coin albums. I have had my collection in Whitman folders for all these years. I have all UNC from 37 to date. I have made many upgrades through the years. Now it's time for an album. I assume,,,, Dansco (7100) is the way to go. 1909 to 2009. With extra holes for a few more years. 2016 I think. No proofs, but does have a 1922-Plain hole. Which was a mistake. I'll just put a 22-D in their and who will know the difference? I was hoping to be proud of my album with only ONE blank spot. That 22-P can bite me. Does anyone consider the Dansco albums to be the best ones? Thanks again,,,, Jim
I have been a casual collector of US coins my whole life and have my Whitman folders looking fairly complete. I travel to London often and have collected a large jar of circulated coins over the years and was thinking about starting a new collection. However, I have not been able to find the nice and neat folders or albums like the Whitman folders for US and Canadian currency. I rather like the lock-in feature of these folders as well as the dates, mints, and volume data. I have seen some general coin holders of plastic for a three ring binder. I also have seen some folders for the 50 coins associated with the Olympics. Anyone know of an album or folder they can direct me for English coins of various demonimations going back to the beginning of decimalization? Thanks Monto