Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Neal, Mar 4, 2020.
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It can remove organic deposits.
Sometimes if it removes organic deposits, the area that is now exposed can
look worse than it did before.
As for value $200-$250. (Just a guess.)
Semantics. It doesn't improperly clean coins, but properly used the result is a cleaner coin. However, in this case, I'm afraid that after several soak and rinse (distilled water) cycles, the coin still has residue on it. Whether it was further cleaned before I was asked to look at it I, I can't say for sure. I don't see any hairline indications on it.
Whoever had the bright idea to sell pcv flips to collectors decades ago has a lot to answer for!
Thanks for looking at my post and for you estimate.
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