I wanted to fish about storage. I've read many of the older threads here, and some information about storage at other sites. I don't have the space or money
for the nice cases and trays yet. What I've settled on is archival safe flips
from here at the forum
to put the coins in, and then I keep them in pages in a 3 ring binder.
This setup works for me. I can flip
through the notebook to find what I want. The notebook is easily portable, and easily concealed.
With the archival safe flips
, is there any chance any chemicals from the pages the flips
go in could damage the coins over time? I live in the Hotlanta area
, and it is frequently very humid here. Should I keep some type
of moisture absorption medium in the notebook? If so what and how?
I like my coins, and I want them to be as nice in 2000 more years as they are now. Any thoughts or input is greatly appreciated.