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H.E. Harris - Penny Coin Folder: No Dates
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    A beautifully designed H.E. Harris coin folder specifically designed for holding U.S. Pennies. Complete with 90 coin slots per folder. Cents 30 Unlabeled Coin Slots30 Unlabeled Coin Slots30 Unlabeled Coin Slots

    H.E. Harris U.S. Postage First Day Cover
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    Item #: 783658 -

      This packet contains a U.S. first day cover. Cancelled on a special occasion these limited edition covers make a great collectible.

      Speed-rille Pages, US/UN/Canada
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      Item #: 783633 -

        Speed-rille Pages, US/UN/Canada

        2019 Plate Block Supplement
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        Price: $7.16
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        Item #: 783635 -

          2019 annual page supplement for the HE Harris Liberty I Album commemorative and regular issues released up to November 31, 2018.

          2018 Liberty II Supplement
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          Item #: 783657 -

            2018 Liberty II Supplement2018 annual supplement for the HE Harris Liberty II Album includes selected UN, US Possessions , and Trust Territories stamps released up to November 2019. Fits both 2 post and 3 ring binders.

            Liberty Album, Part D
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            Item #: 783672 -

              1943 Wartime Steel Cents Frosty Case - Airplanes
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              Item #: 20160 -

                Preserve three 1943 wartime steel cents in this attractive H.E. Harris Frosty case featuring two WWII airplanes. This case is made from durable material specifically designed not to harm your coins.*Coins NOT Included

                H.E. Harris - Flying Eagle and Indian Head Cent Folder: 1857 - 1909
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                Item #: 24944 -

                  Flying Eagle Cent - "The nation's large copper cents became increasingly expensive to produce, leading the U.S. Mint to experiment with smaller versions during the 1850's. Finally a new design and format were chosen: the Flying Eagle cent, of smaller diameter and 4.67 grams' weight ( compared to nearly 11 ). Many patterns were made of this design in 1856 ( for distribution to interested congressman ), and later restrikes ( bearing that same date ) were extensive, with the result that many...

                  H.E. Harris - Lincoln Cent Folder: 1909 - 1940
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                  Item #: 24952 -

                    A beautifully designed H.E. Harris coin folder specifically designed for holding U.S. Lincoln Cents minted between 1909 and 1940. Complete with 90 coin slots per folder. Lincoln Cent1909 - 1940 Wheat Ears ( Reverse ) , 1909 ( V.D.B. ) , 1909 - S ( V.D.B. ) , 1909 , 1909 - S , 1910 , 1910 - S , 1911 , 1911 - D , 1911 - S , 1912 , 1912 - D , 1912 - S , 1913 , 1913 - D , 1913 - S , 1914 , 1914 - D , 1914 - S , 1915 , 1915 - D , 1915 - S , 1916 , 1916 - D , 1916 - S , 1917 , 1917 - D , 1917 - S ,...

                    Lincoln Bicentennial Frosty Case ( 2 Penny ) - Abraham Lincoln
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                    Item #: 20128 -

                      A very attractive HE Harris Frosty case for displaying and protecting one Obverse ( heads ) and one Reverse ( tails ) coin allowing you to view the entire coin at one time. Built from special materials that will not harm your coins while also keeping them safe for years to come.*Coins NOT Included

                      H.E. Harris - Lincoln Cent Folder: 1941 - 1974
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                      Item #: 24960 -

                        "The Lincoln cent was introduced in 1909 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. It was the first U.S. coin to portray an actual person, and the first cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Sculptor and engraver Victor David had been chosen to design the new cent becasues the artistry of Chief Engraver Charles Barber was under heavy criticism at the time. The new cent was released on August 2, 1909, and the earliest coins of the year's issue had Brenner's...

                        H.E. Harris - Lincoln Cent Folder: 1975 - 2013
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                        Item #: 24968 -

                          "The Lincoln cent was introduced in 1909 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. It was the first U.S. coin to portray an actual person, and the first cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Sculptor and engraver Victor David had been chosen to design the new cent becasues the artistry of Chief Engraver Charles Barber was under heavy criticism at the time. The new cent was released on August 2, 1909, and the earliest coins of the year's issue had Brenner's...