Any suggestions for reusing/repurposing old coin tubes?

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  1. SpacePete

    SpacePete Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I've got heaps of these. Any creative ideas on what they could be used for?

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    Sell them on.
     
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    How are you carrying them?
     
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    I need some if you wanna sell it to me :)
     
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    Pete,
    Any tube can fit 1oz gold s2coin?
     
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    SpacePete Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I have no idea. The white ones mainly had 1oz copper coins... maybe can hold 39mm or 40mm coins.
     
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    I like this idea :)
     
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    SpacePete Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Hi LD

    You will need to use the airtite tube, the one with "Red Cap". ( Kook or Koala size tube will suit them)
     
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    A shot glass?
     
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    The ones that held 1/4 oz. Scottsdale silver coins are great for keeping Aussie $2 coins in.
    I use them for parking meter change & have some for Supermarket change.

    The ones that held 1/10 oz. Scottsdale silver coins I fill up with Aussie 5c. coins which I use to buy stuff from Opp-Shops, or to just donate the contents to an Opp-Shop.
    p.s. The ones that held 1oz. silver coins, still hold 1oz. silver coins.

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