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Cool!  These are known as "Riker mounts" and are popular for displaying small objects (butterflies, shells, etc.)  I use them to display fossil shark teeth and other fossils, but never considered using them for coins.  Some (hopefully constructive) criticism: I think I would type up some fancier labels, or else move the information to the back side of the mount, so the coins don't look cluttered.

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I have a bunch of Little League pins in those. Amazingly the are held closed with 4 straight pins. Just remember to put it back together with the same top and bottom in the same position or you might have trouble putting the pins back in. Very nice!


and . . . it never occurred to me to use them for coins. thanks

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