Dollars, SBA/Golden - Shipping Labels for Coin Bags $2000 GRAY - 100/RL

Dollars, SBA/Golden - Shipping Labels for Coin Bags $2000 GRAY - 100/RL

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Dollars, SBA/Golden - Shipping Labels for Coin Bags $2000 GRAY - 100/RL

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Code: 2100302C1
$5.24 | (100 Labels per Roll)
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Product Details

Coin Tote Shipping Labels are clearly imprinted with the denomination and bag capacity for easy inventory control and are color-coded to conform to Federal Reserve/ABA Standards for coin denominations.

  • Authorized - Meets all Federal Reserve requirements for color coding of denominations.
  • Function - Simply use a self-addressed stamp or write directly on the shipping label as needed.
  • Works with your current bags - Use on all of our clear or white coin bags.
  • Secure - Will not fall off due to the permanent adhesive used on the backing.
  • Packaging - Rolls contain 100 labels.
  • Size: 3W x 2H Inch
UOM: 100 Labels per Roll
Condition: NEW
Lead Time: Ships 1-2 Days
Size: 3W x 2H
  • Guaranteed - To stay where you place it. Made with an adhesive backer for a strong hold.
  • Shipping Labels for Coin Bags color code coin shipments as recommended by the Federal Reserve Bank. These labels provide a quick and easy way to identify denominations.
  • Recommended by The Federal Reserve - Note: In some regions the Federal Reserve now requires color-coded labels on coin bags
  • Color-coded and printed with coin denomination and dollar value
  • Allows for bank stamp.
  • Labels adhere to bottom right corner of Self-Sealing Coin Bag.
  • Usage: Designed to adhere to the top left corner of Self-Sealing Coin Totes, the 3"W x 2"H labels are printed on high-quality bond paper with adhesive backing to ensure that they stay where placed. A large blank area on the label is perfect for a self-addressed stamp or hand-written notes- 100 labels per roll. Ideal for banks, retailers, currency exchanges, casinos, arcades, and laundromats, and schools