Air-Tite Coin Holders- History and Sizing Chart

A family owned and operated business for over 25 years The inventor and founder, Norman W. Therrien, had a vision "to provide a practical solution to an age old problem." This problem was protection for many different sizes of world coins and medallions. The expense of creating a holder for every size coin produced made this an unrealistic endeavor. Even today some company's only produce holders for the common coins, leaving a gap in providing protection for all other sizes. The solution was a small grouping of holders with each being able to house many different sizes. This is accomplished by using the ring system Norm developed to fit into six standard holders. Now every coin minted in the United States and nearly all coins and medallions from around the world can be housed in these holders. This was the beginning of Air-Tite Holders as it is today. New products for displays have been designed through the years, but the holders and rings have remained the same since the beginning of the business in 1980. Our holders are manufactured through the process of injection molding using virgin acrylic plastic that contains a non-yellowing agent, which helps maintain the clarity of the holders over time. The white or black ring/spacer material is produced from a cross linked polyethylene, which is a plastic material. The materials used in the production of our holders and rings are totally inert and PVC free. Coin dealers, supply companies, government and private mints, marketing firms and collectors from around the world have been using our products for many years. Air-Tite Holders, Inc. prides itself in manufacturing one of the finest holders and display products available on the market today. Whether your are a collector of United States, world or ancient coins, commemoratives, medallions, tokens or casino chips, Air-Tite Holders has the solution for your protection and display. We invite you to explore this website for a customized solution to best fit your collection.
United States United States Gold
Half Cent (1793) 22mm $1 (type 1) 13mm
Half Cent (all others) 23mm $1 (type 2&3) 15mm
Lg. Cent (Chain) (1793) 26-27mm $1 Commemorative 15mm
Lg. Cent (Wreath) (1793) 26-28mm $2½ (1795-1808) 20mm
Lg. Cent (1793-1814) 29mm $2½ (all others) 18mm
Lg. Cent (Coronet) (1816-1836) 28-29mm $2½ Commemorative 18mm
Lg. Cent (Coronet: young) (1835-1857) 27mm $3 20mm
Sm. Cent A19/19mm $4 22mm
Two Cent 23mm $5 (1795-1829) 25mm
Three Cent (silver) 14mm $5 (1830-1834) 23mm
Three Cent (nickel) 18mm $5 (1835-1838) 22mm
Nickel (1866-1883) 20mm $5 (1839-1929) 21mm
Nickel (all others) A21/21mm $10 (1795-1804) 33mm
Half Dime (1794-1805) 16mm $10 (1838-1933) 27mm
Half Dime (all others) 15mm $20 34mm
Dime (1796-1837) 19mm $50 Commemorative 40mm
Dime (all others) A18/18mm American Eagle Gold & Platinum
Twenty Cent 22mm 1/10 oz. A16/16mm
Quarter (1796-1828) 27mm ¼ oz. A22/22mm
Quarter (all others) A24/24mm ½ oz. H27/27mm
Half Dollar (1794-1836) 32mm 1 oz. H32/32mm
Half Dollar (all others) T30/30mm Austrian Gold (philharmonics)
Dollar (SBA) A26/26mm 1/10 oz. A16/16mm
Dollar (Sacagawea) A26/26mm ¼ oz. A22/22mm
Dollar (1794-1839) 39-40mm ½ oz. 28mm
Dollar (1840-1978) H38/38mm 1 oz. 37mm
Dollar (American Silver Eagle) H40/40mm Australian Gold (dragon, kangaroo, snake)
Canadian 1/20 oz. 14mm
Cent (1876-1920) 25mm 1/10 oz. A16/16mm
Cent (1921-date) A19/19mm ¼ oz. 20mm
Nickel (1870-1921) 15mm ½ oz. 25mm
Nickel (1922-date) A21/21mm 1 oz. H32/32mm
Dime A18/18mm Canadian Gold (maple leaf)
Quarter A24/24mm 1/20 oz. 14mm
Half Dollar (1870-1966) T30/30mm 1/10 oz. A16/16mm
Half Dollar (1968-date) 27mm ¼ oz. 20mm
Dollar (silver) (1935-1967) 36mm ½ oz. 25mm
Dollar (nickel) (1968-date) 32mm 1 oz. 30mm
Loonie 26mm China Gold (panda)
Twoonie 28mm 1/20 oz. 14mm
Dollar (Silver Maple Leaf) 38mm 1/10 oz. A18/18mm
Euro ¼ oz. A22/22mm
Cent 16mm ½ oz. H27/27mm
Two Cent 18mm 1 oz. H32/32mm
Five Cent 21mm China Silver (panda)
Ten Cent 19mm 1/10 oz. 19mm
Twenty Cent 22mm ¼ oz. 26mm
Fifty Cent 24mm ½ oz. 33mm
1 Euro 23mm 1 oz. 40mm
2 Euro 25mm South African Gold (krugerrand)
Great Britain 1/10 oz. A16/16mm
Sovereign 34mm ¼ oz. A22/22mm
½ oz. H27/27mm
1 oz. H32/32m