However, following @Deacon Ray 's post, I decided to keep it simple, and just scan some pages from my collection. The idea is that the "cover page" (on the left hand side when opened up) gives a bit of a taste of the art/style/culture. Then, when looking at the coins themselves, the front/obverse information side gives the specifications of the coins, while the reverse provides some history (very succinctly). I've found that my friends and family much prefer to look at coins in this style, as they don't need to know anything about the coins - they can just read like they're in a museum. So, this is how I present my coins - I've essentially just done a scan of an (incomplete) section of my coin collection. Concave coins don't help and come out blurry, but hopefully you get the idea. How do you present your coins?