Page 1 has ports for two 1909 first year of issue cents (with and without VDB), four 1909-1958 Wheat Cents (P, D and S mints plus a reverse), six ports for World War II cents (four holes for P, D and S mints and reverse 1943 zinc plated steel and two holes for obverse and reverse of 1944-46 cartridge case cents), five ports for 1959-1962 Lincoln Memorial Bronze Cents (P mint, D mint and reverse for business strike and obverse and reverse for proof), and five ports for 1962-1982 Brass cents (P, D and S mint business strikes and obverse and reverse for proofs).
Page 2 has ports for five 1982-2008 Copper Plated Zinc cents (P mint and D mint obverse and one reverse for business strikes and obverse and reverse for proof), 13 ports for 2009 Bicentennial Lincoln Cents (one obverse plus ports for P, D and S mint each for the four designs (Birth and Early Childhood, Kentucky; Formative Years, Indiana; Professional Years, Illinois; Presidency, Washington, DC)), and finally four ports for 2010 Union Cents (P, D and S mint obverse and one reverse).
The fold-in flyer fits between the two pages of the folder and separates the coins. The front of the flyer provides history and interesting facts about the various categories of Lincoln Cents that fit in the folder. The back of the folder provides some additional background on the Bicentennial Lincoln Cents.