After a long absence from the hobby, I recently picked up an Apollo 11 $1 silver proof and the clad half-dollar commemorative set (with the enhanced uncirculated Kennedy), and would like advice for how to display this set in a way that makes it visible but reasonably protected from toning/clouding. I've heard that keeping them in the OGP is a no-no for this, and it's not ideal for displaying them in my situation, anyway. Because of the OGP horror stories I've seen on a few coin forums, I'm currently storing the capsuled coins in several layers of Ziploc brand bags inside a (new) polypropylene (#5) food-storage container while I figure out a more permanent solution, but feel free to let me know if I'm being uber-paranoid going to this length this soon, or if what I'm doing is likely to accelerate the toning process instead of inhibit it. I'll admit that, when I last collected coins I didn't know what I was doing, and I feel like I know even less now (I'm certainly more confused), so I'm going in to this with a hope to learn along the way, improve my existing coin collection's storage conditions as I go, and use that knowledge for any coins I get later. In any case, back to the Apollo coins...The room I would like to display them in stays fairly constant as far as environment goes (temps in summer reach at highest ~80F, lowest in winter ~71F), natural light is low (basically nonexistent), and they will be on a painted wood-veneer cabinet where I have a few other moon-landing-related items. Humidity is also fairly low. I've looked at a few coin folders and things, but I'd really like something similar to a shadowbox or something that I can actually see the coins in when I look at my cabinet. I'm not sure what to look for, though, and I don't want something that just looks nice but in reality will just do more harm than good. Sorry for the novel-length first post, guys, but I'm looking forward to getting some much needed advice about this. Thanks!