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Sure-Safe Round

$1.99

This round sure-safe shipper is manufactured from polypropylene with separators to prevent the coins or medallions from contacting one another and will hold 38mm to 40.6mm size coins including, Silver Maple Leafs, $15+$20 (1985-87), US Eisenhower, Morgan, Peace, Trade dollars, American Eagle silver dollars, 1 oz. Silver rounds and casino chips.

Description

This round sure-safe shipper is manufactured from polypropylene with separators to prevent the coins or medallions from contacting one another and will hold 38mm to 40.6mm size coins including, Silver Maple Leafs, $15+$20 (1985-87), US Eisenhower, Morgan, Peace, Trade dollars, American Eagle silver dollars, American Eagle silver dollars, 1 oz. Silver rounds and casino chips. This sure-safe is made for shipping purposes only and we do not recommended it for long term storage due to it not being air tight and causing tarnishing to form on the coins. The unit will accommodate 20 pieces.

Additional information

Weight .10 kg
Dimensions 12.5 x 4.5 x 4.5 cm

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