Don't bother, it's a P
Sorry, but more likely brass
Since I can see LONDON on the reverse, I would guess British...Edward I?
DANG...Hydrochloric Acid!!! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pliofilm
Yeah, these were available in the tissue paper wrapped and in a little cardboard box version and the new "pliofilm"
Is it an error?
My bank don't do dat
First year of the "flat pack"
I have the same question.
65, a little ghosting
I like small world silvers if I can get close to melt... latest
let us know
Kind of depends on where you live. I have encountered people in both NYC and CA who spoke only Spanish and one guy in Atlanta, GA who was...
I'm often intrigued with small silver (and gold sometimes) coins if I can get them at close to melt... here is one of my latest small buys (dime...
Actually I have tried to clean ancient coins by putting one (only one) in a glass of water and microwaving it...the water just boils. If there...
Torturing Zincolns is fun.
Conserv is a hydrocarbon liquid similar to (but not the same as) xylene. MS70 is a strong base that will react with the film on coins (sometimes).
Many newbies on here really think that though.
Pick, pick, pick...it's in the oven, but you're right it is broiling.
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