EVERSLAB coin capsules


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EVERSLAB coin holders perfectly integrate into your current collection system for regular certified coin holders (“slabs”).
• Rectangular coin capsules with precise fit black inserts and semi-permanent closure*..
• Available in mm increments for coins from 14 to 41 mm in diameter.
• Capsules are made from clear and scratch resistant plastic.
• Capsules and inserts are chemically inert and free from PVC, acids, or chemical softeners.
• Capsules have a labeling field and come with a blank labeling card to display information about the coin.
• If replacement labeling cards are needed, a convenient template is provided at www. lighthouse. us (click the “Service” tab). Simply type your text, then print on a regular printer, and cut the label.
• Overall size: 3 3/8 x 2 3/8 x 3/8’’ (85 x 60 x 10 mm).

*Note: EVERSLAB holders are meant to provide a secure and durable closure. However, they are not intended to be as permanent as a PCGS or NGC holder and cannot be sonically sealed. If necessary, EVERSLAB holders may be opened with a knife or other sharp object.

Please refer to chart size, located in the photo gallery.

Pack of 5.


Additional information

Weight 0.12 kg
Dimensions 8.5 × 6.0 × 6.0 cm


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