1917 SLQ, Natural or Artifical Tone?????

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by djhughes, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. djhughes

    djhughes New Member

    This coin was posted on my site and I wanted to get the experts opinion. Is this Natural tone or Artifical??? This is the only photo. Thanks gang.
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  3. Yacorie

    Yacorie Junior Member

    I don't have a clue - it looks like older coins i've seen that spent time in albums but I'm a rookie to coin collecting, period. Thats a gorgeous coin though imo, thanks for posting it
  4. james m. wolfe

    james m. wolfe New Member

    smiley-waving-us-flag.gif smiley-confused005.gif i dont know,but it looks good to me
  5. JCB1983

    JCB1983 Learning

    That is one of the nicest SLQ's I've ever seen.
  6. coinman0456

    coinman0456 Coin Collector

    Please post a reverse photo.
  7. djhughes

    djhughes New Member

    Like I said above this is not my coin, it was posted on my site and that is the only photo, Im just trying to find out about the tone Natural or Artificial.
  8. TheCoinGeezer

    TheCoinGeezer Senex Bombulum

    Looks natural to me but what do I know. ;)
  9. LostDutchman

    LostDutchman Under Staffed & Overly Motivated Supporter

    It looks natural but the picture looks juiced... I'd bet it doesn't look that nice in hand.
  10. Cazkaboom

    Cazkaboom One for all, all for me.

    I agree with the Geezer, what does he know? :p Joking!

    As for the coin, it does look natural to me.
  11. iGradeMS70

    iGradeMS70 AKA BustHalfBrian

    Looks like natural album toning. Unfortunately, judging by the single photo you've provided, the coin may have been dipped before being stored in the album for decades.

    If there's any way for you to obtain a reverse photo, that'd be very helpful. :)

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