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Before the age of Slabs, raw coins inserted into an envelope or plastic flip, usually with a branded paper insert. Add your inserts to our group.
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  • John Cummings LTD
    John Cummings LTD
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  • Harlan J. Berk flip insert (with perforations)
    Harlan J. Berk flip insert (with perforations)
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  • Stephen Album Rare Coins (with perforations). 2024 Auction.
    Stephen Album Rare Coins (with perforations). 2024 Auction.
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  • cgb.fr numismatique <<depuis 1988>> flip envelope (coin details on front) from an auction in 2020.
    cgb.fr numismatique <<depuis 1988>> flip envelope (coin details on front) from an auction in 2020.
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  • While not exactly a Dealer nor an Auction house, these are coin envelopes from the famous Norweb collection. There is a great resource on British collector envelopes and tickets in a British Numismatic Journal article, the link to this is http://www.britnumsoc.org/publications/Digital%20BNJ/pdfs/2001_BNJ_71_13.pdf

    I really like the stamp utilizing the spider to make the "WEB" part of the name, NORWEB, very creative.
    While not exactly a Dealer nor an Auction house, these are coin envelopes from the famous Norweb collection. There is a great resource on British collector envelopes and tickets in a British Numismatic Journal article, the link to this is http://www.britnumsoc.org/publications/Digital%20BNJ/pdfs/2001_BNJ_71_13.pdf I really like the stamp utilizing the spider to make the "WEB" part of the name, NORWEB, very creative.
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  • Jacques Schulman, Amsterdam
    Jacques Schulman, Amsterdam
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  • Pieces of Time, 2002.
    Pieces of Time, 2002.
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  • Freeman & Sear, 2011.
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  • The Koninklijke Van Kempen & Begeer was originally a factory for cutlery and other metalwork, mainly for the household - but medals, for example , were also designed and manufactured there.
    The Koninklijke Van Kempen & Begeer was originally a factory for cutlery and other metalwork, mainly for the household - but medals, for example , were also designed and manufactured there.
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