Coin Holders & Supplies
Finding the Right Holder Starts with Size
Getting your US and foreign coins organized starts with the important coin holder guide to size. All the coins are rendered in millimeters (mm). Knowing the size of your coins helps you choose the proper coin holder that will fit your coins.
Learn how to protect your loose coins and paper currency in individual holders while still organizing your collection in this helpful article on individual holders.
Folder and Album Holders
These holders serve a dual purpose: they let you organize your collection by series and they help you keep track of the coins you may still need. Equally important, albums and folders help protect your coins – even while you display them. Our Heads and Tails blog on modern album and folder design takes you through the time machine and includes the most spectacular 'album' we've ever seen!
Hard-shell and Tamper-Resistant Holders
More and more, grade-certified coins are collected in holders made of hard-shell, tamper-resistant plastic with labels that attest to their classification. As you'll discover in this blog on hard-shell plastic holders, we even supply collectors with custom boxes seized to these holders, including ones for our popular Showpaks whose plastic holders include mini story cards about each encapsulated coin.
Magnifiers – the Trusted Tools
Whether you're looking for a key date on a coin or the fiber threads on paper money, a magnifier is a collector's trusted tool. This helpful post on magnifiers describes six different types to help you decide which one will best supply your need.
Lighting Tips for Best Viewing
Learn what supplies will help you create a consistent viewing environment in this how-to article about lighting.
Coin and paper currency collecting is an immensely satisfying hobby. Filled with beauty and intrigue, it lets you visit anywhere in the world at any time in history from the comfort of your home. Or, travel to trade shows and meet up with fellow collectors whose curiosity and enthusiasm matches your own. This Heads and Tails blog opens the door on what supplies you'll need to get started.Read More... Read Less...