Coin Slab Protector Bags — acid free / no PVC

$3.99

Prevent scratching on your certified coin slabs with these made-to-fit custom Certified Coin Protector Bags. These bags are durable yet certified coins and the bags still fit easily into the standard NGC and PCGS 20 slab boxes. Each package contains 100 bags.

Description

Prevent scratching on your certified coin slabs with these made-to-fit custom Certified Coin Protector Bags. These bags are durable yet certified coins and the bags still fit easily into the standard NGC and PCGS 20 slab boxes. This bag is a Guardhouse custom size and was specifically designed to perfectly fit the standard and thick PCGS and NGC slabs. The bag has a resealable strip that lasts forever and prevents the slab from falling out, yet is easily opened to remove the slab. Resealable. Ultra Clear Polypropylene. Acid Free / No PVC.  1.2 mil / 30 microns. A must have for anyone who does not want a scratched slab to affect the coin’s perceived value! Each package contains 100 bags.

Additional information

Weight .05 kg
Dimensions 14 × 7.5 × 1 cm

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