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How to Store Coins (Tips)

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This video from the American Numismatic Association covers in which you can store and display your coin collection. The discussion covers the advantages and disadvantages of coin tubes, cardboard flips, types of albums (front and both side displays), generic (slab like) single coin holder, certification graded encapsulation holders and boxes for the coin holders. Also covered is where to physically store your coins. The advantages and disadvantages of home storage, in a safe and also safety deposit boxes. Proximity to chemicals, temperature and humidity are considerations for physical locations. Overall, good and sound advice.
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  •  May 1, 2020
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