In a recent blog article, I gave you an insider’s look at the Top 5 Coin Album titles that Littleton offers. Now, let’s take a peek at their collecting “cousins,” with the Top 5 Littleton Coin Folders. Coin folders are a fantastic way to introduce both children and adults alike into collecting!
Littleton Custom Albums and Folders
- 2010-2021 National Park Quarter folder – one of the most popular coin series in the past decade has been the National Park quarters – so it’s no surprise that this folder tops our list! It has labeled spaces for each of the 56 designs (a national park or historic site from each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia and the 5 U.S. territories).
- 20th Century Type Coin folder – welcome to one of the most popular ways to assemble a collection – by type! This economical coin folder holds one coin from each 20th century U.S. coin type and series.
- U.S. Presidential Dollar folder – a great way to show off this popular “golden” dollar series! Beginning in 2007, 4 different designs per year were issued honoring America’s highest office-holders. Kicking off with a coin featuring George Washington, the initial series wrapped up in 2016 with the Ronald Reagan coin. Then, in 2020, an additional dollar was released to honor George H.W. Bush. This folder features labeled spaces for the original series, while blank spaces can hold the additional George H.W. Bush coin, as well as the Littleton exclusive golden colorized Modern Presidents coins!
- 1916-1945 Mercury Dime folder – this 90% silver dime series boasts one of the most beautiful U.S. coin designs. And Littleton’s custom folder – with spaces for every date and mint mark in the series – is the easy, economical way to keep track of your collection as it grows!
- Lincoln Cent folders – just like on our Top 5 Albums list, it’s no surprise that America’s favorite collectible coin series sits among the Top 5 Folders! Just like our custom albums, the Lincoln cent series has different Littleton Coin folders – 4 in all: 1909-1929 coins, 1930-1958 coins, 1959-1998 coins, and 1999-Date coins!
There you have it – the Top 5 Littleton Coin folder titles! Do you have any of the coin folders on this list, or maybe there’s a Littleton folder for a different coin series that you enjoy? I’d love to hear about it below!