One thing I love about Stack's is that I tend to get a lot of old envelopes and flip inserts with my pieces from them.
Do you keep these and, if so, how do you store them?
I used to leave them taped to the slab, however you can't really enjoy the piece that way.
I've since dedicated a PCGS blue box to storing them all.
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"Coin collecting for outcasts..."
I use a ziplock baggie.
Unless they are from a famous collection or collector, I usually just toss them. I have too much clutter already.
Worry is the interest you pay on a debt you may not owe.
If they are interesting, I store them with the coin.... Otherwise I just relegate them to the circular file.... Cheers, RickO
I don’t get coins from Stacks and such but all my unused flips an such are in a big pile on a shelf in my bookcase.
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I don't have many, but they're scattered across a few PCGS boxes.
I keep them in extra PCGS boxes I have accumulated over the years.
I put my slabs in baseball card team set baggies to protect them from scratches and drop the envelopes/flip inserts inside them on the reverse side.
Those of interest I keep in the back of the box that holds the corresponding slab.
I store all old flips and inserts with information in the trash can.
I throw that stuff out....unless it was really obviously of historical importance.