Acrylic Coin slabs with an, inert white, flexible interior.
I have been looking for suitable hard cases for my coin collection for years and have finally found these. They are of a similar type used by the major coin certification companies. I have tested many types for suitability over the years and these are the best I have found.
They measure approximately 85mm x 60mm x 10mm and have a shallow depression for adding a catalogue card on the inside of approximately 42mm x 20mm.
There will be a future blog post on coin sizes/suitability, but for now here is a quick reference for UK coins;
1 pence 1971 - Date (snug fit), 20mm.
2 pence 1971 - Date (slightly loose fit as it's a thin coin), 26mm.
5 Pence (Large Type) 1968 - 1989, 23mm.
5 Pence (Small Type) 1990 - Date, 18mm.
10 Pence (Large Type) 1968 - 1991, 28mm.
10 Pence (Small Type) 1992 - Date, 24mm.
20 Pence 1982 - Date, 21mm.
50 Pence (Large Type) 1969 - 1993, 30mm.
50 Pence (Small Type) 1994 - Date, 27mm.
£1 Coin 1983-2015 (snug fit), New £1 coin 2016- Date, 23mm.
£2 Coin (Brass and Cupro) 1997 - Date. 29mm.
£5 Coin (Cupro-Nickel) 39mm.
Half Sovereign 1968 - Date, 19mm
Full Sovereign 1968 - Date, 21mm. *
*Technically the Full Sovereign should go in a 22mm slab, but I find the fit a little loose for my liking.
These should come up as free UK postage, but occasionally the system misses this. If it does, don't worry, the postage will be refunded.
Please note: Coins not included, they are just for the pictures.
Thank you for looking.
P.S. These are the sizes I am keeping in stock, but if there are other coins sizes you are looking for, please let me know and I will see what I can do.