Not long ago I posted a plea for someone to make storage sheets designed for tokens. Thanks to this thread at WOTC's D&D forums, I have a solution I like for now. These pages are made by Brent-Krueger. They are just the right size for the smaller tokens, holding 30 tokens per sheet.
It works pretty well so far. The tokens fit snugly, so they don't fall out easily. In fact, it's actually a little difficult getting them out when I need them, but I like it that way. It's really nice having them all in one place, where I can just flip through and find the ones I want.
If you want to order some of your own, go to this page. For small tokens (The ones that fit in a single square), order this:
LD30 - Lead Dog Vinyl Coin Page 30 pocket page for 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" mylars or flips.
For large tokens (2x2 squares), order this:
LD12 - Lead Dog Vinyl Coin Page 12 pocket for 2 1/2"x2 1/2" mylars or flips.
While it looks like the right size for larger tokens, don't order LD20 (2"x2"); I'm told that they're slightly too small. I don't yet have a solution for the 3x3 tokens, but those are rare enough not to be a serious problem. Right now I'm keeping them in some old sheets designed to hold floppy disks.
My order arrived quickly, and the sheets seem to be sturdy. My only real complaint is that the shipping cost was a bit high. So if anyone reading this happens to find another website that sells this product, or knows where I could buy them retail, let me know.