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Do banks sell coin wrappers? – 20 Magic Tricks Anyone Can Do

Yes.

Does my bank offer exchange or currency trading?

Yes.

Does an online marketplace accept coin wrappers?

No. But they are good sellers. Some places include them for sales tax purposes.

Does my bank have a currency exchange?

No. They accept coins only.

Where do you get my coins from?

Coin wrappers are sold at various banks, but most have one or more deposit/Withdrawal (sometimes called a “depo-crate”) departments.

Are there exchanges with coin wrappers?

Yes. Many exchange and other websites accept coin wrappers as payment.

Can coin wrappers be “recycled”?

Yes. Some stores buy coins and turn them into coin wrappers and turn around and sell to their customers and other places.

Can you buy gold coins without getting them shredded?

Gold is very difficult to recycle. In the past many gold bars and coins were melted down and recycled. They were then put back into production.

Can I find out what currency is coming into my bank account?

Most banks have a computer to record your transactions. You can find out the currency in your account by going to the Account Management page. The currency is listed by the dollar amount.

Can I get my coins shredded without getting them shredded by my bank?

You cannot. But it is very easy to get it shredded without your bank, if you have more than 1 ounce.

How many boxes of coin wrappers will I need?

Your bank will tell you on the front desk. The boxes of coins needed are 1 to 2, with 1 being a small box and 2 being a larger one. One to 2, are more of a gamble.

Where do I get my coins shredded?

You can buy them shredded at many places online, most of them have a “Received” section. The only place I know of to buy them at at retail is Coin Wrappers on eBay. The cost is $24 (they are $22 by weight). This is an online store but if the price has recently gone up you might be getting the same deal as a store.

How can I tell if the gold I get is bullion or silver?

Gold is usually considered a good “currency” and the silver is considered “good stuff.” As such they are often used interchangeably, and sometimes

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