LOW BUDGET (<-----very important) system simple enough for my brane-fogged mind? I am cognitively challenged, but fortunate to have an excellent memory. Even though I can remember almost every coin I have, there's this frustrating, blinding mental block preventing me from recalling where I put them. Is there a universally accepted organizational protocol? Should I organize everything by date or each denomination by date? How should I isolate error and varieties while still keeping them organized with everything else? I have about 150 I need to research. How should I segregate them? If I research a coin and find it's absolutely normal, how do I insert it in the right place if I've already filled all the available space? I thought about super glue, but I'm pretty sure that's stoopid. Double sided Gorilla glue tape? Maybe screw them to a board using metal penetrating screws? Probably not? BTW, I've figured out all by myself it's not a good idea to clean coins with a welders wire brush. It really gets the grime off, though. Coin sheets? Flips in customized homemade boxes? Clear zip bags? Coin envelopes, also in a homemade box? Coin tubes? One cent per piece 6 inch Walmart envelope? Something else? Once I figure out which ones are marketable I will probably sell them. If I don't need some of them for my collection and there's nothing unique about a coin, I will take those to the bank and switch for new rolls. So I need to segregate them as well. I know I need to catalog the things I keep, but I really would like to get the research and sell coins out to save at least a little sanity. I really need suggestions and advice, so thanks for anything you can offer.