Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Ambrola, Apr 4, 2010.
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Yeah. I was just about to ask why he wanted to crack them out...
IMHO you should get a book that holds slabs because as people have said slabs are the best protection- beyond protection they offer slabs also make the coins easy to sell. Even if you keep the slabs people will not trust that its the same coin that went in the slab unless its still in there.
The most easy way to remove coins from slabs is a band saw. Cut around the edge and the two pieces of plastic will be free and come off either side of the coin.
You want me to search instead of you doing it?
Wow. I guess that's what people deserve for answering your questions for the last month and a half.
I wrap the slab in a towel and use a vise but techniques vary.
Best of luck to you.
I personally would not crack them out..., but there are videos on YouTube that offer how-to suggestions.
Incidentally, this video left me roaring in laughter and shaking my head...
People know. And I don't think anyone meant any disrespect. It is something that has been discussed many times though. And I know I for one was just curious as to why you wanted to crack them out. I understand completely. I usually prefer raw coins myself. But I think most people would just buy them raw if they wanted to put them in an album. But hey, if you want crack them out, thats cool. I personally can't give you any advice because I have never cracked one yet. But if you do a little looking around I think you'll find alot of info in previous threads here.
If you must, Ive seen videos where they use some bolt cutters on the
Top edge, It seemed to work well
Krispy comes thru again, here i sit drunk and sad about the spartans loss and you produced the funniest video i have ever seen on youtube thanks pal:high5:
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