How to Manage Store Display and Keep Track of Large Coin Collection & Supplies

How to Manage Store Display and Keep Track of Large Coin Collection & Supplies

How to Manage Store Display and Keep Track of Large Coin Collection & Supplies

Guide to staying Organized, getting Maximum Pleasure and even Showing Your Collection to Others

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Hello my friends, my name is Ilya Zlobin and I have been working with world and ancient coins for over 15 years now. I run an eBay store http://www.ebaystores.com/Authentic-Ancient-Greek-Roman-Coins/ with over 18,000 items. I am technically a collector until someone buys the item I am selling, so I am writing this article to take a beginner or even advanced collector to an even higher level. This arrticle and video explains how one would keep track of such a record number of items, stay organized and be able to display these comfortably and professionally while having fun. I believe that presentation is important and keeping organized gets other people interesting in collecting also. This is especially important information for those deciding to start a collection that will be an heirloom for countless generations. I hope that you can appreciate this article, as this is the entire time period condensed into an easy-to-follow guide. My intention is to benefit you and help you help yourself build an even more amazing coin collection that you can enjoy even more with a few simple techniques and tools.

Shop with Reputable Coin Dealers

Shop with a reputable ancient Greek and Roman and world coin dealer. It is best if he/she has a great track record and provide a guarantee of authenticity. Also a beautiful certificate is also an added bonus (can be considered a $25-$50 value) absolutely free when you shop with Ilya Zlobin. A reputable seller would be happy to give a refund or exchange should professional coin grading companies or people such as David R. Sear or NGC find a coin is other than described.

Keep Records

When you buy coins, get the certificates of authenticity keep them in a standard vinyl binder in sheet protectors which you can get an any place they sell office supplies. You can also print out a receipt of the PayPal payment you sent and possibly the contact details of the seller you bought from. I have had personal experience when I purchased a coin from another dealer and since I did not keep the receipt at the time, it left a sour taste in both of our mouths when I had to return the coin, I knowing that I bought it from them and having no proof. So this would facilitate an easy return and refund as you kept a record of the item. This way you can buy from many different dealers, and also remember how much the item cost, should you want to sell it in the future, plus you have the description right there, should you want to place it on eBay or another venue. Another helpful technique is to write a little item number of the coin and write it on the little slip of paper that coin in the coin flip and having a list where you write the number where you kept it. Think also about this, a lot of collectors don’t keep records and if they pass on and nobody in the family ever got involved with the coins, nobody knows how much they paid, so they may not got the price the original collector paid. Something worthwhile to think about. Keeping score is very important.

Keep Your Coin Collection Organized

I recommend keeping your coins in boxes that are of standard size a 2X2 inch standard. The coins themselves I recommend in non-plasticized coin flips, I recommend getting the package with the little papers so that if anything you can write info on those, such as how much you paid or corresponding to your record keeping system. If you want to display your coins, you can put them on a tray and enjoy their beauty. So below are the coin flips, trays and boxes I use everyday for storage and display of my coins:

The Supplies and Links Where to Buy Them

I am sharing everything I know about the supplies, years of experience condensed to a simple guide. Hopefully you can appreciate the tips, many of which even the most advanced collectors and even coin dealers can benefit from.


The Best Coin Collector Magnifier Portable Magnifying Glass

This coin magnifier most people enjoy because it gives you just the right amount magnification to see the coin and easily closes up and folds into your pocket. It’s called the Bausch & Lomb 5X Packette Magnifier Magnifying Glass.

Coin Magnifier on eBay

Coin Magnfier on Amazon


Coin Flips – The Coin Holders

I use both types of coin flips below, with the second one being preferable for silver. Perhaps if you get either one, get the second one.  But I am giving you both to chose from.

Non-Plasticized Coin Flips

These double pocket coin flips are available in 1 1/2, 2 x 2 and 2 1/2 inch sizes, some include paper inserts.

Non-Plasticized flips are slightly more rigid than regular vinyl flips. They are considered safe for long term storage of your coins.


THE COIN FLIPS I USE FOR SILVER COINS, as I THINK THEY MAY BE BETTER FOR LONG TERM STORAGE OF THEM, perhaps may be best brand to stick to:

ARCHIVAL SAFE 2×2 DOUBLE POCKET FLIPS 
Acids and chemicals have been reduced to a minimum.Good for long term storage. The chemical will not migrate.

http://meghrigsupplies.com/2x2COINFLIPS.html

 


Display Trays – FOR COIN SHOWS OR EASY DISPLAY AND STORAGE:

Organize and display your coins with our felt coin display trays, designed to be used with our Aluminum coin display case (above) or as a stand alone item. Measures 16 1/8″ x 10½”

Our display trays are available for storing cardboard coin holders in 1½” x 1½” and 2″ x 2″ sizes and for slab coin holders in either a horizontal or vertical arrangement; or a full flat tray to use any way you like!


Plastic Coin Box for 2×2 Coin Flips (Holder)

A plastic coin storage box for 2×2 cardboard or plastic coin holders.

Features:

  • Triple Compartment Design
  • Blue color
  • Made with durable plastic
  • Measures 2¼” x 9¼”

SLABBED NGC / PCGS Coin Boxes

When you buy coins that are NGC / PCGS or other certification company certified, you may need the storage boxes for the job. See all of them here: http://www.jpscorner.com/coin-slab-storage-boxes.html

The type I recommend is this one:

Heavy Duty Cardboard Coin Slab Coin Storage Boxes

The reason being, is that if it’s a plastic one, it has notches, but some ancient coins are thicker than others, so when you have coins of varying thickness, you may want to just put them in these cardboard boxes as it is more flexible for your collection. Don’t let the word cardboard fool you, as these are super high quality and feel good in hand. 

ALSO these are good for oversized medals or 2.5 x 2.5 coin flips.

Additional Tip: If you like to put the slab in a bag before putting it in the box, you may want to get the https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003ZZS63A/ Plymor 3″ x 4″, 4 Mil (Case of 1000) Heavy Duty Plastic Reclosable Zipper Bags . This is the exact size for those slabs.


WHAT I USE TO DO COIN SHOWS (and Could Be Used for Private Viewing Pleasure):

The benefit of the carrying case and trays is that you can lay your coins out for display at a coin show or for your own private viewing pleasure. You can have them in the individual notches with or without the plastic coin flip so that you can have them easily organized and viewable. The older generations of coin collectors would have wood versions of these and would describe them as coin cabinets. I think these are really great and made in Europe, possibly Germany, the clear plastic shroud is removable and can be placed on the table at a coin show very easily, and removed to view coins easily too. The trays stack very well atop each other.

The benefit of these is that you can get these without the case and they easily stack up.

Advanced tip, I have the trays organized in numerical order as I have 20 and put a removable sticker https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00007M5L2/, the Avery Removable Rectangular Labels, 0.31 x 0.5 Inches, White, Pack of 1100 (5412), with the tray number so that after the coin show I can easily put these away. Additional tip is that you can use these removable stickers to attach additional information about the price for example about a coin which you may want to remove later, useful for slabbed coins.

Lighthouse Aluminum Case for up to 10 MB Coin Boxes

Lighthouse Coin Box for up to 20 2×2 Coin Holders
Comes in Red and Black background.


8.5 x 11″ Sheet Protectors To keep Record and COA’s and Other receipts in:

Staples Standard Sheet Protectors, 200/Pack or Staples Heavyweight Presentation Sheet Protectors, 200/Pack

Put these in a binder of your choice and you can be golden. Keeping good records adds to the pleasure of your collection.

Paper I Use That Should Never Yellow for Long-Term Archiving

https://www.staples.com/Hammermill-Premium-Inkjet-Paper-8-1-2-x-11-24lb-2-500-Case-166140/product_923542

Sharpie Permanent Marker

https://www.staples.com/Sharpie-Retractable-Fine-Point-Permanent-Markers-Blue-12-pk-32703/product_563089


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The Coins Featured in the Video

RHODES Caria Island Ancient Silver Greek Coin Helios of COLOSSUS NGC MS i68140

Greek city of Rhodes on an Island off Caria

Silver 16mm (2.76 grams) Struck circa 205-190 B.C. 

Gorgos, magistrate. 

Reference: RPC II 1189 var. (no star); SNG Keckman -; BMC 408-10

Certification: NGC Ancients  MS    Strike: 5/5 Surface: 3/5  4680931-010

Head of Helios facing slightly right.

ΓΟΡΓΟΣ, rose with P-O across bottom; bud to right.

AMISOS in PONTUS 300BC RARE R1 Ancient Silver Greek Coin HERA OWL NGC AU i68141

Greek city of Amisos in Pontus 

Silver Drachm 15mm (3.65 grams) Struck circa 300-125 B.C.

Reference: HGC 7, 233 Rare R1

Certification: NGC Ancients  AU  Strike: 5/5 Surface: 3/5  4680931-011

Turreted bust of Tyche-Hera right.

Owl with spread wings standing facing on shield; monogram to left; P to right.

Dynasts of Lycia PERIKLES Ancient Silver Greek Coin LION TRISKELES NGC i68142

Greek Coin of Dynasts of Lycia

Perikles – Dynast circa 390-360 B.C.

Silver Third Stater / Tetrobol 16mm (2.84 grams) Struck circa 390-360 B.C. 

Reference: SNG von Aulock 4254-4255 var. 

Certification: NGC Ancients  Ch AU  Strike: 4/5 Surface: 5/5   4680931-013

Lion’s scalp facing.

Triskeles.

Brutus Julius Caesar Roman Assassin 44BC Ancient Greek GOLD Coin NGC MS i68143

Marcus Junius Brutus, Assassin of Julius Caesar

Gold Propaganda Coin with Obverse of his silver Coin from 54 B.C.

with his famous ancestor L. Brutus

Struck under:

Dynast of Thrace: Koson

Gold Stater 17mm (8.48 grams) Struck After 44 B.C.

Reference: RPC 1701; BMC Thrace pg. 208, 2; BMCRR II pg. 474, 48

Certification: NGC Ancients  MS   Strike: 5/5 Surface: 5/5   2077743-003

KOΣΩΝ, Roman consul accompanied by two lictors; BR monogram to left

Eagle standing left on sceptre, holding wreath.

HADRIAN & SABINA Authentic Ancient 128AD EGYPT Roman Tetradrachm Coin NGC i68144

Hadrian – Roman Emperor: 117-138 A.D.   

Billon Tetradrachm 24mm (12.43 grams) of Alexandria in Egypt, Dated RY 13, struck 128/129 A.D.

Reference: Köln 997; Dattari (Savio) 1249; K&G 32.469; RPC III 5729/25; Emmett 886.13; Staffieri, Alexandria In Nummis 91

Certification: NGC Ancients  Ch VF   Strike: 4/5 Surface: 3/5  4680931-012

AVT KAI TPAI A∆PIA CЄB, laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right of Hadrian.

CABINA CЄBACTH, draped bust right of Sabina, wearing stephane; L IΓ (date) upward behind.

ALLECTUS Usurper Emperor in Britain ANCIENT 293AD Roman Coin GALLEY NGC i68145

Allectus – Roman Usurper Emperor: 293-296 A.D.

Bronze Quinarius 20mm (2.62 grams) Camulodunum mint, struck circa 293-296 A.D.

Reference: RIC 124; Rogiet 1031; Burnett 210

Certification: NGC Ancients  Ch AU  Strike: 5/5 Surface: 4/5  2077743-002

IMP C ALLECTVS P AVG, Radiate and cuirassed bust of Allectus to right. 

LAETITIA AVG / QC, Galley with six rowers to right.

OSTROGOTHS Municipal Coinage of ROME Ancient 493AD Roman Style Coin NGC i68146

Ostrogoths. Municipal coinage of Rome

Bronze Follis (40 Nummi) 24mm (10.18 grams) Rome mint, struck circa 493-534 A.D. 

Reference: BMC Vandals 14; Kraus -; MIB 74a (Theoderic and Athalaric); MEC I, 101; Metlich 76b (Theoderic)

Certification: NGC Ancients  VF  Strike: 5/5 Surface: 4/5  2077743-005

INVICTA ROMA, Helmeted and cuirassed bust of Roma right.

Eagle standing left, head right, with spread wings, value mark XL to left; officina mark •Γ• in exergue below.

MAGNIA URBICA Carinus Wife Authentic Ancient 283AD Roman Coin VENUS NGC i68147

Magnia Urbica – Roman Empress: 283-285 A.D.

Wife of Carinus

Bronze Antoninianus 22mm (5.13 grams) Ticinum mint

Reference: RIC 347; RCV III 12423 (this coin)

Certification: NGC Ancients  Ch AU  Strike: 4/5 Surface: 4/5  2077743-001

Pedigree: Ex NFA XXVII (5 Decmber 1991), 177; Ex NFA XX (10 March 1988), 445. 

MAGNIA VRBICA AVG, diademed and draped bust of Magnia Urbica right, resting on a crescent. 

VENVS VICTRIX / T/SXXI, Venus standing facing, head left, holding crested helmet and transverse scepter; at her feet; shield.

CLEOPATRA VII & MARK ANTONY Authentic Ancient 32BC Greek / Roman Coin NGC i68148

Cleopatra VII with Mark Antony, 36-31 B.C.

Bronze 20mm (5.77 grams) of Chalcis ad Libanum mint

Dated RY 21 (Egyptian) and 6 (Phoenician) of Cleopatra struck 32/31 B.C.

Reference: RPC I 4771; Rouvier 440 (Berytus); SNG Munchen 1006; HGC 9, 1451

Certification: NGC Ancients  AU  Strike: 4/5 Surface: 2/5  2077743-006

BACIΛICCHC KΛЄOΠATPAC, Diademed and draped bust of Cleopatra right.

ЄTOYC KA TOY KAI S ΘЄAC NЄWTЄPAC, Bare head of Mark Antony right; regnal and phoenician era dates

Queen Cleopatra, famous for being the lover of both Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, along with being a very important historical figure. As it is a portrait coin of Cleopatra herself, this coin type is highly sought-after and appreciated by collectors and historians alike.

MITHRADATES II the Great PARTHIA King 120BC Silver Greek Coin NGC MS i68150

Greek Coin of the Parthian Kingdom 

Mithradates II – King: 123-88 B.C.

Silver Drachm 19mm (4.22 grams) Ecbatana,  struck circa 120/119-109 B.C. 

Reference: Sunrise 290; Sellwood 26.1; Shore 77

Certification: NGC Ancients  MS  Strike: 5/5 Surface: 4/5  1884237-001

Diademed, draped bust of Mithradates II left, decorated torque on neck, earring visible.

ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΜEΓΑΛΟΥ ΑΡΣ-ΑΚΟΥ EΠIΦANOYΣ, archer in Parthian dress (Arsaces I) enthroned right, holding bow and arrow outward.

POSTUMUS Authentic Ancient 262AD Roman Coin VIRTUS NGC Certified MS i68151

Postumus – Roman Emperor of Gallic Empire: 260-268 A.D. 

Billon Silver Antoninianus 24mm (4.51 grams) Trier mint, struck 262 A.D.

Reference: RIC V, Part II, 93 (Lugdunum)

Certification: NGC Ancients  MS  Strike: 4/5 Surface: 4/5  4243867-021

IMP C POSTVMVS P F AVG, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust of Postumus right, seen from front.

VIRTVS AVG, Virtus standing facing, helmeted head right, spear in right hand, resting left hand on grounded shield.

JUSTIN I Authentic Ancient GOLD Tremissis BYZANTINE Coin w ANGEL NGC MS i68152

Byzantine Empire

Justin I – Emperor: July 10, 518 A.D. – August 1, 527 A.D. 

Gold Tremissis 15mm (1.49 grams) Constantinople mint, struck circa 518-527 A.D.

Reference: Sear 58; DOC 4

Certification: NGC Ancients  MS  Strike: 5/5 Surface: 4/5   1883226-018

D N IVSTINVS P P AVG, pearl-diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust of Justin I right.

VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM, Victory (angel) advancing right, head left, wreath upward in right hand, globus cruciger in left; star to right, CONOB in exergue.

JUSTIN II Authentic Ancient Byzantine 565AD Genuine GOLD Coin NGC MS i68153

Byzantine Empire

Justin II – Emperor: November 15, 565 A.D. – October 5, 578 A.D.

Gold Solidus 20mm (4.51 grams) Constantinople mint, 6th officina

Reference: Sear 345

Certification: NGC Ancients  MS  Strike: 5/5 Surface: 3/5  1885098-033

D N IVSTINVS P P AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust of Justin II facing, Victory on globe in right hand, shield in left with horseman motif.

VICTORIA AVG G G S, Constantinopolis seated facing, helmeted head right, scepter in right hand, globus cruciger in left; mintmark CONOB in exergue.

1902 NICHOLAS II RUSSIAN Czar 5 Roubles Gold Coin of Russia NGC Certif MS i68154

Russia 

Nicholas II – Russian Emperor: 1894-1917 

1902 AP Gold 5 Roubles 18.5mm (4.30 grams) 0.900 gold (0.1234 oz. AGW) St. Petersburg mint

Reference: Y# 62 

Certification: NGC    MS 66    342014-006

Б.М.НИКОЛАЙ II ИМПЕРАТОРЪ И САМОДЕРЖЕЦЪ ВСЕРОСС “Translation: By God’s grace Nikolai II Emperor and Autocrat of All Russia”, Head of Nicholas II left.

5 РУБЛЄЙЬ 1902 Г., Royal coat of arms, the crowned imperial double eagle with scepter and orb.

904 NICHOLAS II RUSSIAN Czar 5 Roubles Gold Coin of Russia NGC Certif MS i68155

Russia 

Nicholas II – Russian Emperor: 1894-1917 

1904 AP Gold 5 Roubles 18.5mm (4.30 grams) 0.900 gold (0.1234 oz. AGW) St. Petersburg mint

Reference: Y# 62 

Certification: NGC    MS 66    260852-054

Б.М.НИКОЛАЙ II ИМПЕРАТОРЪ И САМОДЕРЖЕЦЪ ВСЕРОСС “Translation: By God’s grace Nikolai II Empe

FORMULA TO FAME – A Romantic Comedy Adventure About a Boy that Falls in Love and Will Do Anything in Order to Get His Love Including BECOMING FAMOUS

FORMULA TO FAME - A Romantic Comedy Adventure About a Boy that Falls in Love and Will Do Anything in Order to Get His Love Including BECOMING FAMOUS

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