Sturdy Storage Box for Your Graded Coins. Numismatic Guaranty Corporation makes these storage boxes for shipping and storing their own certified coins, so you know it'll be perfect for your collection. Made of durable heavy-duty plastic. Dividers inside the box keep graded coins from touching each other, maintaining the plastic coin holders clean and scratch-free.
Aluminum Storage Box for 20 Universal Coin Slab Holders PCGS / NGC / Premier / Little Bear Elite Etc
Guardhouse Aluminum Storage Box - Holds 20 CoinsThis multi-coin slab aluminum box holds Twenty (20) standard size certified coins from any of the major grading services. Built with sturdy materials, this sleek aluminum box is crafted with attractive exterior fittings and has foam inserts for easier handling of the twenty certified coins. Guardhouse aluminum slab boxes are perfect to keep certified coins safe when traveling.The "Stock Images" used in this description are an indicator of the quality of the item you will receive. The actual item you will receive is guaranteed to be as described and depicted.
Guardhouse Single Row Slab - Black Box - 10 x 2.87 x 3.25
The Guardhouse heavy-duty coin slab box with double row measures 10 x 5.75 x 3.25 and holds 26 certified coins or coin slabs in each row. Manufactured with a high quality textured exterior, the Guardhouse heavy duty double row slab box features re-enforced tape filaments, which give the box extra strength and durability. Guardhouse heavy duty slab boxes are colored black and are designed to fully enclose the coin slabs when placed inside. This makes the Guardhouse heavy duty slab boxes ideal for storing, shipping and transporting PCGS and NGC certified coins or Premiere coin slabs. Boxes are made in the USA.
The Town Butler #Slab - A Soft & Comfortable Hashtag Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt, Black, XX-Large
Our professionally printed long sleeve t-shirt is a great way to make a statement while feeling nice and comfortable at the same time. This wonderful soft ringspun cotton tee features the pictured phrase printed bright and bold on the center chest of the t-shirt. If you have any questions about the long sleeve tee, please don't hesitate to ask.
IT 286 The Roman Tetrarchy:A Collection of Four NGC-Slabbed Coins With Beautiful Box, Story Card And Certificate Genuine
The Roman Tetrarchy:A Collection of Four NGC-Slabbed Coins With Beautiful Box Story Card And Certificate of Authenticity. Coins will vary from images. This set features four genuine ancient Roman bronzes folles issued by the four original tetrarchs: Diocletian (284-305), Maximian (286-310), Galerius (293-311), and Constantius I Chlorus (293-306). For each coin, the obverse is a portrait of the Emperor. The various reverses feature mythological and military themes. All are certified by NGC. All coins in each set are beautifully displayed in a mahogany-like box. The box set is accompanied with a story card, certificate of authenticity, and a black embossed gift box.
10 Slabbed Coins That Protects Against Tarnishing and Purifies the Air in the Box for Graded Certified Coin Slabs
Lighthouse coin storage boxes with Intercept Shield Technology are a great way to protect your coins from tarnishing and discoloration. These glossy white boxes are archival quality and made of sturdy material. The Intercept box holds NGC, PCGS, ANACS, EVERSLAB and QUICKSLAB coin slabs as well as many others.
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Slab of Death there is no escape the relentless NGC details slab
Sometimes there is no escape from the slab of death. The surface hairlines designation is perhaps the most unfair slab of dealth. Many world class USA slabbed coins get proper numerical grades but perhaps more ordinary coins are treated too harshly.
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