Postage Solution for fifties

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  1. Cind3r

    Cind3r Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Brothers from other mothers, Sisters from other misters hear my words!

    I have (accidentally) found an incredible product for posting 1966 fifties that is FREE

    BAKING PAPER ROLLS from ALDI!!! Talk about recycling.


    The coins fit perfectly, they dont make any noise when in there snug and you can cut it to size :)


    thought i would share this find :)
     
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    Agnostic Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Brilliant, that takes the cake!
     
  3. Cind3r

    Cind3r Active Member Silver Stacker

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    baa doomp chin good one Agnostic

    I forgot to mention that there is 136 coins in that tube and it doesnt fill it up so i think its good for over 2kg of coins.
     
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    Makes a great diversion 'safe' as well! :)
     
  5. Alloy

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    Yes, a fake water pipe under the sink works similarly well.
     
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    swoydaz Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    3 x fifties to one ounce of silver, I think.
    Please check.
     
  7. Alloy

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    That's neat that they fit in the roll so snugly. For shipping, a fake CD, DVD, or Blu-ray case also works very well. You can take an actual CD jewel case and cut a hole in it, or several, then use the cut-outs as protection for the coins after you've inserted them. Wrap with paper or paperboard, then ship in a CD or DVD mailer. This might be the cheapest shipping method in most countries. In the US, it would cost less than mailing a tube.
     
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    Nice idea!
     
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