I am late to this thread
but I recently discussed this with an Aes Grave
The issue of storage and presentation are distinct according to specialist. Use pvc
for storage up to size/budget tolerance, which might mean purchasing a 50 pack of 2.5x 2.5 flips
to store all of your Aes Grave
fractions. (Which are gigantic for ancients.)
does not support such large flips
, wrap the coins in acid-free paper. If the collector gets an opportunity to display Aes Grave
to interested viewers, (which are frankly few), then use an un-divided Abafil or similar tray. Collectors of Aes Grave
probably want to hold them in hand anyway.
Large Aes Grave
As (libral or semi-libral) and other large cast coins
simply do not fit well even in the double-deep Abafil trays. If the budget
supports Aes Grave
As, then you probably can find a way to obtain an undivided Abafil tray for display as needed. If you have several large Aes Grave
, (lucky you), store and display separately.
My Aes Grave
are kept in pvc
in cardboard "slab-size" boxes for the fractions, and my full Aes Grave
As are in Acid-free envelopes. I use nice pieces of felt to display loose large coins.