Item #: 64400
  • Cornerstone#: 1933990201
  • Size: 7'' W x 9 1/2'' L x 3/4'' H Color: Color
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  • Case Qty: 24
  • Retail: $21.99
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    The National Park Quarters Album by Cornerstone is the best way to start America's classic hobby of coin collecting. Perfect for any coin collector, the album includes historical facts about the National Park System and America's Beautiful National Parks program so you can learn more about your coins while still getting affordable protection for your collection.

    Cornerstone albums are both a short book and a coin collecting album. The text within the book is highly informative, with sections on the mint process, the coin series, the subject matter of the coin series, and concluding with a section on type coin collecting. Teachers and Educators seeking to expose their students to coin collecting -- and the good old fashion concept of money and saving it -- will find a huge motivational tool here.

    Duel lenses on each page provide easy accessibility and visibility so you can showcase your hobby confidently. Cornerstone Coin Albums will compliment all of your collections and help build the foundation for a wonderful journey into numismatics!

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    The National Park Quarters Album by Cornerstone is a great way to get young people started coin collecting. But any collector of this series will love the album. These books are transformative, in the sense that they not only provide a practical storage solution for collectors of the series, but also contain rich content that actually educates on the dual subjects of National Parks and coin collecting. At the end of the album is a section on type quarters -- so that every user of the book gets an insight into moving from common to rarer collectibles.

    A year or two ago, I was invited to give a presentation to my son's elementary school class on coin collecting, and we gave albums to the students. The kids love them, still talk about them, and a few young coin collectors now get their parents to take them to the Long Beach show, and coin shops -- so I'd like to think we played some small part in helping to mint a few new collectors from the process.