I really like coin capsules with holders. However, they have nowhere to write info about the coins. I am working on some morgans and would like to label them. I also have some eagles. They are currently all together in a thick tube from the dealer. I am wondering if the coins are safe that way or need to be individually stored.? Thanks!
I use the airtites with black rings, insert them into the airtite black cards, and store them in the airtite black boxes. Easy to see the coins and re-order them, but the downside is that you can't write on them and need to keep a spreadsheet or database of your notes and attributions.
2x2s or flips would be the cheap way to do it and you can write on them. Can organize them in a binder with pages to hold the 2x2s also.
Airtite's and airtite holders can work and then use a label maker of a pack of sticker labels from an office supply that fits the airtite holder but the capsule and the holder is a bit expensive to do a lot of coins with so the collection. Should justify the storage expense in my opinion.