I give up trying to optimize the image of the insides of the cases..so you guys will have to do with just the outsiders
1911-12 Specimen case for one cent to fifty cent, then 1911 so and 1912 $5-$10 pieces. Super cool and rare..very happy to finally get another one..I made the mistake of selling the last one I had.
1937 case for four coins...or at least that's what Charlton claims. I think it is possible this case is actually for a 1928 or 1930 specimen set. I see no reason why a four coin case would be made for 1937..and on top of that they should have used the blue 1937 label if it was actually made in 1937.
1937 mirror case..a classic and very visually appealing. This example is very nice, I got it when I purchased the cornerstone mirror set, but I'm unsure if it actually originated with that set as it was kind of an addon to my purchase.
1943 Tombac specimen holder..maybe Mt favorite of the group. It's very rarely encountered and this example is in mint condition with what appears to be also the original outer envelope. Both of the coins that came with it are immaculate
@thecolorofmoney the forum is pretty picky about contacting attempts, but I was able to respond to your ebay message.
feel free to call me Will. I'm a 22 year old collector/dealer from the Greater Toronto area
my PMs are always open, whether you have a question or simply wish to talk!