Floating Frame Coin Accessory (270 mm x 222 mm x 34 mm)
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Floating Frame Coin Accessory
(270 mm x 222 mm x 34 mm)

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Floating Frame Coin Accessory
(270 mm x 222 mm x 34 mm)

$27.95 CAD
Mintage: While Supplies Last
STATUS:
Canada and US only

An ideal way to display a favourite coin!

With the floating frame, you have a completely new way to put your coins on display. Using the floating frame, your coin appears to magically hang in the air! The special features of this frame are the transparent, flexible silicone membranes that enclose your coin gently and make it appear to float freely within the frame. At the same time you get a full view of the front and back of your coin.

A new way to display your coins! Give your coins a 3D effect with the floating frame coin accessory!

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Floating Frame Coin Accessory (270 mm x 222 mm x 34 mm)
 
2.5

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1.0

I would not buy this frame ahain

By Gordo

from Oakville ontario

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Comments about Floating Frame Coin Accessory (270 mm x 222 mm x 34 mm):

The plastic is way too flimsy and I explected glass

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Unique frame!

By Kim from Cowtown

from Calgary, AB

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Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • One Of A Kind
  • Unique

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    Comments about Floating Frame Coin Accessory (270 mm x 222 mm x 34 mm):

    This is a really unique frame. I wanted it to hold a few of my large 100 for 100 coins or other larger coins. I tried to fit two of those bigger coins with some smaller unique coins ( $0.25, $0.05 etc) at the same time. It held the larger coins great, but then adding the smaller coins it got a bit more difficult. Once I stood up the frame, the smaller coins fell to the bottom. The only place all the coins are staying in place are at the very top and the very bottom for the small coins. I guess it makes sense as the larger coins take up more of the plastic stuff its holding and it leave a bigger area where other coins won't stay. Over all I really like it. But I think if I want to display both large and small coins, I will need to get two frames.

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    • Q:

      I have the 4 gold coin Disney Mickey subscription and was wondering, if I use this frame to disply them, will it damage the display cards the coins are mounted in?
      Asked on 3/5/2017 by Susan from bc

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Hi Susan,

        The transparent, flexible silicone membranes enclose objects gently, so the display cards will not be damaged by them.

        Answered on 3/6/2017 by Chad from Ottawa
    • Q:

      Will this hold a Kilo coin in place safely?
      Asked on 2/16/2017 by Melissa from Timmins

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Hi Melissa,

        The transparent, flexible silicone membranes are not strong enough to hold a kilo coin in place over an extended period of time. The floating frames are best suited to hold coins of 5 ounces or less.

        Answered on 2/17/2017 by Chad from Ottawa
    • Q:

      Since the other questions seemed to get a more general response, let me be more specific in asking: for the 270 mm x 222 mm x 34 mm floating frame, how many Canadian $2 coins could this hold. Further, are their mounts on the back for hanging?

      Thanks!
      Asked on 12/9/2016 by Luc

      2 answers

      • A:

        you can put as many coins that will fit in the space. However coins in the middle may require some scotch tape on the back so that they stay on.
        As for hanging them ... you can. Just use 2 small nails on the wall and rest the top of the frame on them. I have 5 frames using this technique.

        Answered on 4/6/2017 by Denis from Florida from Florida
      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        H Luc,

        The diameter of a Canadian two dollar coin ("toonie") is 28mm. This frame's display area is 240mm X 192mm. Therefore it can hold 48 toonies (eight rows of six coins). There are no mounts for hanging.

        Answered on 12/12/2016 by Chad from Ottawa
    • Q:

      Hi, How many 1 ounce coins with capsule are you able to insert into
      the frame size of 270 mm x 222 mm x 34 mm.
      It would be helpful to add an approximate amount of coins one can display to all frames.
      Thanks.
      GeorgeK
      Asked on 4/16/2016 by GeorgeK from Brampton,Ontario, Canada

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Each frame can fit different number of coins. If you are inserting smaller coins, you will be able to fit more coins; if the coins are larger, like 5oz or kilo, then most likely 1 max 2 coins will fit in a frame.

        Answered on 4/20/2016 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      How many coins can each of the floating frames hold?
      Asked on 4/14/2016 by Jamie from Ontario

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Hi Jamie,

        Each frame can fit different number of coins. If you are inserting smaller coins, you will be able to fit more coins; if the coins are larger, like 5oz or kilo, then most likely 1 max 2 coins will fit in a frame.

        Answered on 4/18/2016 by Chad from Ottawa
    • Q:

      HOW MANY COINS CAN A FRAME ENCASE?
      Asked on 4/14/2016 by YVONNE from Mount Pearl, NL

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Hi Yvonne,

        Each frame can fit different number of coins. If you are inserting smaller coins, you will be able to fit more coins; if the coins are larger, like 5oz or kilo, then most likely 1 max 2 coins will fit in a frame.

        Answered on 4/18/2016 by Chad from Ottawa
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