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19 Oct 2021

Coin Albums and Cases

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I bought a Lincoln Cent set in the late 60's and it was in a Ticker and Treasure hard plastic coin album with individual capsules for each coin (see attachment). Does anyone know what the album is worth? Thanks.

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user_20074

Level 2

One of our collector friends found a Lincoln Cent set in this coin album was sold by Stack's in 2009. I searched their auction archives and found the following: Sold $235.75 LOT DESCRIPTION A set of Lincoln cents 1937-S to 1964-D. MS-63 or better with many coins exhibiting full mint red. This set lacks any of the double dies but does include the 1960P,D large and small date varieties. The majority of the coins are fresh and original and are housed in a Ticker and Treasure album with each coin placed in its own plastic capsule. An unusual album setup which we have not seen before and includes a booklet describing the history of U.S. small cents from 1856 to 1962. (Total: 75 pieces) LIVE AUCTION March 2009 Coin Galleries Live Bidding began Mar 11, 2009 @ 9:00 AM EDT

thatcoinguy

Level 4

I don’t know the market value, but I bet if you find an older guy, he’ll give you a good price out of nostalgia…

Mal_ANA_YN

Level 4

Never seen that before.

AC coin$

Level 5

Follow others and place comments in blogs to earn points .

Kepi

Level 6

Very cool! I have never seen an album like that before. ; )

Mike

Level 7

Well I found it. It's called the Ticker and Treasure Coin Holder and it comes with the book. They had none for sale in the site I was in but have another to look under! Bingo I did find it the same picture taken by David Lang. If you would like to see it just put The Ticket and Treasure Coin Album with Booklet. The Booklet is called The Endwell- Union Company. Book of rare coins. . If it's out there we can find it! Sorry no price or were to buy it.

user_20074

Level 2

Thanks Mike and I'm glad you found similar info on the web as I did. At least that makes me feel like I did a fairly good search. But, I just could not find any price info on the coin album. I'll keep trying and maybe someone will come up with some estimated value.

Golfer

Level 5

They should start making them like that again. Great collectors item. thanks for showing.

Long Beard

Level 5

Oh my. Not seen one of those, but north of 100 dollars would not be a surprise. If you don't mind my asking, you're not looking to sell are you? It would be a great thing to pass on to one you know who loves coinage.

user_20074

Level 2

Thanks for responding and the estimation on the value of the coin album. As to your other question, I'm in the process of selling some of my coins so I can complete other sets. This Cent set takes up a lot of room in the safe deposit box and I just have no strong interest in Lincoln Cents anymore. It contains 1937-1965, mostly Red and a few RB BU cents. I wanted to get an idea of the value of the coin album since it is fairly rare before I put a price tag on the set.

Mike

Level 7

Bring it to a dealer. Serch the web!!

Haney

Level 4

Never seen one like it ever, what a cool find.

user_20074

Level 2

Yes, it is a very nice album and method to store a set. I also have a Ben Franklin set in a similar album.

AC coin$

Level 5

Take more photos of it and post it in facebook . Looks fine and antique . Any questions I am here for help .

Longstrider

Level 6

Cool album. Sorry, no idea but I do know people collect albums. Good luck.

"SUN"

Level 6

A neat find.

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