Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by GH#75, Feb 7, 2020.
And then there’s this book which probably will never be finished due to all of the key dates.
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But just an FYI: They are called coin albums or folders not books.
Are you gonna get one to fill that hole anyway?
Yeah, I am working on state park quarters, mercury dimes, and nickels. But I had to buy a roll of mercury dimes to help fill in the holes. You don’t find that kind of thing in circulation much. I only had 3 before the roll of mercury dimes.
They're not books. They are called albums. Books are something that one reads.
@cpm9ball suggests, you can view the reverse.
I thought albums were something you listen to on your record player?
That would be the record, the album houses the record.
Definition of album
1a : a book with blank pages used for making a collection (as of autographs, stamps, coins, or photographs)
b : a cardboard container for a phonograph record : jacket
c : one or more recordings (as on tape or disc) produced as a single unit a 2-CD album
there’s just so much we can learn from this site!
I remember them. They're antique. Lol
Yes they are
See, I wasn't lying.
Yes my friend I learn something new every time I visit CT
Separate names with a comma.