100 Slab Black & Aluminum Box – Front Handle — new from Guardhouse

$79.99

This sleek certified coin case with aluminum trim and jet black side panels holds up to 100 NGC and PCGS slabs. Perfect for display or casual transport of your certified coin collection, this slab carrying case opens up to 5 rows of foam rails, each specifically designed to hold 20 slabs. Case securely closes with two latches and features a large handle for easy transport of your coin collection.

 

 

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Description

This sleek certified coin case with aluminum trim and jet black side panels holds up to 100 NGC and PCGS slabs. Perfect for display or casual transport of your certified coin collection, this slab carrying case opens up to 5 rows of foam rails, each specifically designed to hold 20 slabs. Case securely closes with two latches and features a large handle for easy transport of your coin collection.

Size: 16.4″ x 12″ x 4″ Color: Black

 

Additional information

Weight 3.75 kg
Dimensions 45 × 35 × 12 cm

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