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Coin Holder Size Chart

Coin Holder Size Chart

 

If you are a coin collector, chances are you have a small group of coins that you refer to as you favorites.  This group of coins could be worth a few bucks or they could even be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.  Either way, you would prefer for these coins to remain looking the way they do now.  You wouldn’t want these coins thrown into some change jar.  Coins like this deserve to be enclosed in an airtight container.  

This chart will help you to determine what size coin holder you will need for each U.S. Coin you may want to enclose in an air tight capsule. This is the best way to guarantee your coin stays beautiful and therefore valuable.

Dollars

Type

Issue Dates

Size

American Eagle Silver Dollar

1986-date

40mm

Presidential Dollar

2007-date

26mm

Sacagawea Dollar

2000-date

26mm

Susan B. Anthony Dollar

1979-1981, 1999

26mm

Eisenhower Dollar

1971-1978

38mm

Peace Dollar

1921-1935

38mm

Morgan Dollar

1878-1904, 1921

38mm

Trade Dollar

1873-1885

38mm

Liberty Seated Dollar

1840-1873

39-40mm

Half Dollars

Type

Issue Dates

Size

Kennedy Half Dollar

1964-date

30mm

Franklin Half Dollar

1948-1963

30mm

Liberty Walking Half Dollar

1916-1947

30mm

Barber Half Dollar

1892-1915

30mm

Liberty Seated Half Dollar

1839-1891

30mm

Capped Bust Half Dollar, Small Size

1836-1839

30mm

Capped Bust Half Dollar, Large Size

1807-1836

32mm

Draped Bust Half Dollar

1796-1807

32mm

Flowing Hair Half Dollar

1794-1795

32mm

Quarters

Type

Issue Dates

Size

National Park Quarters

2010-date

24mm

District of Columbia & Territories Quarters

2009

24mm

Statehood Quarters

1999-2008

24mm

Washington Quarter

1932-1998

24mm

Standing Liberty Quarter

1916-1930

24mm

Barber Quarter

1892-1916

24mm

Liberty Seated Quarter

1838-1891

24mm

Capped Bust Quarter, Small Size

1831-1838

24mm

Capped Bust Quarter, Large Size

1815-1828

27mm

Draped Bust Quarter

1796-1807

27mm


Dimes

Type

Issue Dates

Size

Roosevelt Dime

1946-date

18mm

Mercury Dime

1916-1945

18mm

Barber Dime

1892-1916

18mm

Liberty Seated Dime

1837-1891

18mm

Capped Bust Dime

1809-1837

19mm

Draped Bust Dime

1796-1807

19mm

Nickels

Type

Issue Dates

Size

Jefferson Nickel

2007-date

21mm

Westward Journey Nickel

2004-2006

21mm

Jefferson Nickel

1938-2003

21mm

Buffalo Nickel

1913-1938

21mm

Liberty Head Nickel

1883-1912

21mm

Shield Nickel

1866-1883

20mm

Small Cents

Type

Issue Dates

Size

Lincoln Shield Cent

2010-date

19mm

Lincoln Bicentennial Cent

2009

19mm

Lincoln Memorial Cent

1959-2008

19mm

Lincoln Wheat Cent

1909-1958

19mm

Indian Head Cent

1859-1909

19mm

Flying Eagle Cent

1856-1858

19mm

Large Cents

Type

Issue Dates

Size

Braided Hair Cent

1839-1857

27mm

Matron Head Cent

1816-1839

28-29mm

Classic Head Cent

1808-1814

29mm

Draped Bust Cent

1796-1807

29mm

Flowing Hair Cent (Liberty Cap)

1793-1796

29mm

Flowing Hair Cent (Wreath Reverse)

1793

26-28mm

Flowing Hair Cent (Chain Reverse)

1793

26-27mm

Obsolete U.S. Coinage

Type

Issue Dates

Size

Twenty Cent

1875-1878

22mm

Liberty Seated Half Dime

1837-1873

15mm

Capped Bust Half Dime

1829-1837

15mm

Draped Bust Half Dime

1796-1805

16mm

Flowing Hair Half Dime

1794-1795

16mm

Nickel Three Cent

1865-1889

18mm

Silver Three Cent

1851-1873

14mm

Two Cent

1864-1873

23mm

Coronet Half Cent

1840-1857

23mm

Classic Head Half Cent

1809-1836

23mm

Draped Bust Half Cent

1800-1808

23mm

Liberty Cap Half Cent, Right

1794-1797

23mm

Liberty Cap Half Cent, Left

1793

22mm

United States Gold

Type

Issue Dates

Size

$1 Liberty Head (Type 1)

1849-1854

13mm

$1 Indian Princess Head (Types 2 & 3)

1854-1889

15mm

$2½ Capped Bust

1796-1808

20mm

$2½ Capped Head, Classic Head, Liberty Head,
& Indian Head Quarter Eagle

1821-1929

18mm

$2½ Commemoratives

1926-date

18mm

$3 Indian Princess Head

1854-1889

20mm

$4 Stella

1879-1880

22mm

$5 Capped Bust, Capped Head (Large Diameter) Half Eagle

1795-1829

25mm

$5 Capped Head (Reduced Diameter) Half Eagle

1829-1834

23mm

$5 Classic Head Half Eagle

1834-1838

22mm

$5 Liberty Head & Indian Head Half Eagle

1839-1929

21mm

$10 Capped Bust Eagle

1795-1804

33mm

$10 Liberty Head & Indian Head Eagle

1838-1933

27mm

$20 Double Eagle

1849-1933

34mm

$50 Commemorative

1915

40mm

Modern Commemoratives

Type

Issue Dates

Size

Half Dollar

1982-date

30mm

Dollar

1982-date

38mm

$5 Gold

1982-date

22mm

$10 Gold

1982-date

27mm

American Eagle Gold & Platinum

Type

Issue Dates

Size

110 Ounce

1986-date

16mm

¼ Ounce

1986-date

22mm

½ Ounce

1986-date

27mm

1 Ounce

1986-date

32mm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Looking for a quality but cheap coin holder?

 

If you are serious about coin collecting, you want to keep all your coins in the best condition.  Therefore,, you are going to need several coin holders!   I don’t know any coin collectors who only have 1 or 2 coins that they like enough to enclose in an air tight container.  I think that every coin should be kept in the best possible condition.  

Many of us don’t have the ability to purchase hundreds of these coin holders because some of them can get quite expensive, especially if the coin is to be graded too.  Getting coins graded is one way to get a coin enclosed in an air-tight coin holder.  However getting a coin graded is very expensive many times.  You might not can get the coin graded at a cheap price, but you can find a coin holder at a decent price.  Check out Amazon and eBay for some amazing deals!  

 

 

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