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VOLTERRA TRIO DE LUXE Presentation Cases for Slabs (w/ 3 wood framed trays)

$93.99

Top of the line presentation cases in mahogany wood grain finish with padded lid, lined in blue satin. Wood framed trays with velour covered inserts make these cases particularly sturdy

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Top of the line presentation cases in mahogany wood grain finish with padded lid, lined in blue satin. Wood framed trays with velour covered inserts make these cases particularly sturdy. Extra strong gold plated hinges, secure magnetic closure.

This presentation case includes three trays covered in soft dark blue velour for up to 24 certified coin holders. Suitable for holders by PCGS, NGC, ANACS, ICG, EVERSLAB, and many others.

Dimensions: 13 x 10 5/8 x 2  3/16” (330 x 270 x 55mm)

Now also available in matte black finish with trays in soft black velour. A satin ribbon in this case can hold a personal message or certificate, if desired.

Additional information

Weight 1.85 kg
Dimensions 28.5 x 34.5 x 7 cm

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