Hi dearborn, I print/cut my own "page cards" Took a while to figure out all the different layouts. I do them on my pc, then my wife does her magic on her cricut machine and cuts the openings out for me. I tried using the card stock from CAPS, but it has a slight sheen finish in it, and it didnt print out well. I found a color very close to the original that works well. And doing it myself, I can customize any page the way I would like it layed out. I have actually changed it a little since the pic I posted,
Well, I bit the bullet and ordered a P & D album: Innovation Dollars 2018 - 2025 P & D Mints Whitman Album #4788 I couldn't find an album that was for business strikes and proofs......at least that's my story and I'm sticking to it. Hope there will be a book 2 or whatever for the last 7 years.....anyway, it's about time I tried to make some sense of about 4 or 5 quarter albums in various stages of completion.
crusherjc; I agree with what coinnewcomer1said; would be a nice income maker. You two did a very wonderful job! I (at least) am delighted with the work. All you need now is to find a few million people who are interested in the AI dollars and you can quit your real job.
Thanks atticguy, I have thought about it. I had ordered custom pages from CAPS, but did not like how they came out, and the font size was different than what they used if you ordered a complete album. So I decided to see If I could design my own "page insert" I have done them for the A,T,H size pages and that covers most of my albums. I have done alot this way, as I can make the album up to the way I want to collect that series, and if I want to change anything, I can just print off a new page. I also like adding color to coins descriptions that are "rarer". Below is a ATB Quarter page I added red to the S and W mint state coins. It was a project to get the templates all set up, but I like how it turned out.
crusherjc; Your ATB page(s) look great too! It's too bad though that these went from FOUR coins/year to Five (when they added the 'circulated "S" coins'), to now SIX (with the "W" ATB's). It's nice though that you can alter the design yourself when needed.