Researcher David Lange published the standard references for collecting U.S. coin boards and folders. He also publishes periodic price lists selling duplicates from his reference collection. Here are some selections from his latest list #104. for more information, contact Dave at DavidWLange@outlook.com or visit his web site (linked below). -Editor
"With the supply of desirable coin boards coming into the market being very thin recently it's once again time to look elsewhere for collectible coin holders. I've prepared another list of early (1939-50) coin folders that are very scarce, yet still quite affordable.
"This includes several rare, first edition (1941-42) folders by Whitman, as well as nice examples of Dansco and Oberwise folders from the 1940s. As a final treat, I'm offering a small hoard of Shore Line folders from that company's failed and exceedingly rare first edition. While these date from 1963, they are multiples in rarity of anything else on the list and are only seldom offered for sale."
To visit Dave Lange's web site, see:
Wayne Homren, Editor
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