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We sell a large range of useful accessories for your precious metal purchases as well as items designed specifically for the protection and storage of your coins. All accessories can be added to your shopping cart along with the rest of your order.
Coin capsules and coin cases
We offer a wide range of coin cases and capsules in various sizes. Coin cases are ideal for storing individually coins, whilst coin capsules provide superb protection and are designed to fit specific types of coins. The product description clearly states which capsules are suited to which particular type of coin. Popular coins such as the Maple Leaf, American Eagle and Vienna Philharmonic can also be stored in tubes that offer space to 20 or 25 coins.
Luxury satin gift bag
Coins and other precious metal products are also perfect as an original gift. Our satin gift bag is the perfect way to present your gift to a friend or loved one. The drawstring black satin gift bag is large enough to carry several coins, bars or a combination of both.
Coin capsules are an essential accessory to protect your gold and silver coins. The coin capsules are protective cases of clear, non-fading acrylic, and offer superior protection against moisture, dirt and scratches. The special scratch-resistant surface provides maximum protection, so you will always have a crystal clear view of your coins and guaranteed safe long-term storage!
Custom coin capsules
These coin capsules are produced in different sizes and therefore suited to all types of of coin. Please contact us if you cannot find the coin capsule for your specific coin type. We will be happy to order this for you.
Coin capsules are:
• durable and scratch resistant
• safe lock, easy to open
• acid and softener free
• available from stock
Caring for your coin collection deserves the same attention as choosing the coins that are a part of it collection. Keeping your coins in perfect condition makes sure that they are preserved for future generations.
Protecting your coins
The most common way that coins are damaged is by misuse. Where possible, hold your coin using only the edges to ensure that any oils and acids from your skin do not come into contact with the coin. Wearing gloves is also a good option when handling your coins. Store your coins in special capsules and storage containers to avoid damaging. When viewing your coin, use a soft cloth laid out on a hard table surfaces to protect from scratches. Be careful with the use of detergent as certain chemicals can damage your coin.