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Documantation/ storage options?

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  • Documantation/ storage options?

    Anybody willing to upload a photo showing their preferred storage or display methods? I'm starting to accumulate some error coins and would like to follow your world class method of documenting the date, mint, defect description, CONECA ID #, ... ?

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    There are so many options out there Ron. As far as actual storage, flips, 2 x 2s, albums, binders, etc. or any other methods that work for you is recommended. Documentation is another area you should think carefully about. If you know how to make and use spreadsheets, that is an easy way to start. 'World Class' is definitely subjective. I wouldn't call what I have world class, but would call it adequate for what I have. As the collections get larger, you need to find some way to be able to maintain it. I know few people who have the same storage and documentation systems in place.
    Bob Piazza
    Lincoln Cent Attributer


    • #3
      Mine is no where near world class. I keep mine in binders in 2X2s (20 slots per page). If you go this route try to find heavy 2X2 pages. I have some of a light weight and some with heavy weight material. The 2X2s in the light weight pages tend to slide out too easily.