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Genuine wood coin case RUSTIKA for 20 Quadrum capsules

$59.99

Genuine wood coin case for accommodating 20 QUADRUM capsules. Black insert with velour-like surface and 20 square cavities 50 x 50 mm (2×2″). With antique finished metal hardware and nostalgic twist closure. Ideal for antique, medieval, or Early Modern Period coins. Capsules are not included.

Description

Genuine wood coin case for accommodating 20 QUADRUM capsules. Black insert with velour-like surface and 20 square cavities 50 x 50 mm (2×2″). With antique finished metal hardware and nostalgic twist closure. Ideal for antique, medieval, or Early Modern Period coins. Capsules are not included. Also available in single Quadrum box. See below, under related products.

Please note: Differences in colour and shading as well as unevenness (eg. knotholes) on the surface of the boxes do not constitute flaws or faults. They are due to the character of the genuine wood and provide the desired rustic look.

Additional information

Weight .64 kg
Dimensions 30.5 x 26.5 x 3.25 cm

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