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  1. I just wanted to share an idea I had recently, that an old machinist tool chest might be a good fit for coin storage. Many of them (built back in the day) were very well made and nicely finished. The one I ended up buying had unique patterning on the front panel that I have not seen often. The panel is held in by brass pins on the bottom, and pins on the top which are depressed by the top lid so that it can end up locking the entire box. Ended up that the drawers are the perfect size for slabs, and the top is deep enough to accommodate some tubes and small boxes. I thought the variable size drawers are also neat. I suppose me thinking 'outside the box'... results in a box. I was wondering if others had alternative ideas for storage of collections? If so I would be curios to see!