Tiered display that will hold bullion coins in protective cases?

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  1. wizardfisk

    wizardfisk New Member

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    I'd like to get a nice tiered display to put my bullion coins on to show off, but I keep them all in protective cases, which seems to make it more difficult in finding something.

    I've seen some cool options for challenge coins, but pretty sure they won't fit coins with cases on them.

    Something along these lines is what I"m looking for:

    http://www.sfdisplay.com/4rowcoindisplayrack.aspx

    Any suggestions?
     
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    Golden ChipMunk Well-Known Member

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    Don't think many are displaying them.
    Everyone here do have A boat accident of some sort.
    Some even digging Holes to bury them.

    only have a few just for fondling, some favorite pieces.
     
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    wizardfisk New Member

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    Lol those boating accidents are dangerous!

    But I get it that most don't display their silver, but I do have some nice show pieces and collections I'd like to have out on my desk.

    All of the other regular bullion can stay tucked away.
     
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    Jislizard Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    wizardfisk New Member

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    While that is a nice display, it's not the right kind for what I'm looking to do.

    I may just have to have a local carpenter make me a custom stand that can hold coins in protective cases.
     

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