5 Optima Coin Pages to hold 20mm coins

To ensure your collection is preserved in the best possible condition, we recommend that you use an album, individual capsules or envelopes. This will allow you to handle your collection safely as well as providing a means of display. These album page inserts are designed for the Lighthouse Optima Album which we stock separately. These pages are for coins up to 20mm diameter.
Availability: In stock
SKU: SCP9020
£7.95

An additional postage contributiuon will be required for larger items such as trays and albums being sent overseas. We will advise you of the shipping costs by e-mail, as these costs vary significantly per item and per region.

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