1949 King George coin need your opinion Please?

Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Murillo, Feb 1, 2018.

  1. Murillo

    Murillo Active Member

    Hello everyone, I have a 1949 King George coin with (not sure) extra cud maybe? Would love to know what some of you might think this stuff is around King George.

    One more question if I may ask. I noticed every once in awhile I get messages that I have rec'd a trophy what exactly does this mean? Just wondering.

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  3. daveydempsey

    daveydempsey Well-Known Member

    Looks like remnants of adhesive / glue.
     
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  4. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

    Yeah, looks kind of gluey...give it a water soak and poke at it with a toothpic
     
  5. PaddyB

    PaddyB Eccentric enthusiast

    If water doesn't work, try surgical spirit with a drop of detergent in it. Best thing I have found for glue and tape residue. (We call it Surgical Spirit - methanol I think - I have forgotten what it is called in the US - rubbing alcohol or something?)
     
  6. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

    Surgical spirit is what we refer to as isopropyl alcohol or rubbing alcohol. In the US, you can find it in 50%, 70% and 91%
     
  7. eddiespin

    eddiespin Fast Eddie

    It means you reached some milestone, like your 100th post, or something. It's just juvenile social media stuff. There's really no trophy awaiting you with your name inscribed on it. I know, because I asked, I wanted mine for my bookshelf. :)
     
  8. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

    You didn't get yours???!! Here's mine
    trophy.jpeg
     
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  9. eddiespin

    eddiespin Fast Eddie

    You luck dog! They just like you more that me. I always felt there was a strong bias against thoroughbreds in these forums.
     
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  10. V. Kurt Bellman

    V. Kurt Bellman Guardian of The Farce

    His loyal subjects?
     
  11. V. Kurt Bellman

    V. Kurt Bellman Guardian of The Farce

    I stole yours. I'm having a millennial write the ransom note for me, and I've been sending it back for nearly two years to be redone because of typos. :hilarious:
     
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  12. tommyc03

    tommyc03 Senior Member

    Kind of like the old days of comics. If you got your letter to the editor printed in a comic they would send you a "No Prize". (Marvel). An empty envelope with, of course, no prize inside. Just the words "Congratulations, your no prize is enclosed". It was a joke Stan Lee thought up.
     
  13. TheFinn

    TheFinn Well-Known Member

    Looks like glue. Cuds are die breaks near the rim that allow the metal to fill in, so it looks like a blob of metal. Cud is just for those at the edge. Inside the coin they are die chips.
     
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  14. V. Kurt Bellman

    V. Kurt Bellman Guardian of The Farce

    Since your coin is Cypriot, a place with a history of significant strife, very little is "off the table" regarding random forms of damage.
     
  15. eddiespin

    eddiespin Fast Eddie

    LOL!!!
     
  16. Murillo

    Murillo Active Member

    LOL! Love your humor! Bummer I thought I was getting some trophies.
     
  17. Murillo

    Murillo Active Member

    Thank you!
     
  18. Murillo

    Murillo Active Member

    Thank you
     
  19. Murillo

    Murillo Active Member

    Ha Ha Love it!
     
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    Murillo Active Member

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  21. physics-fan3.14

    physics-fan3.14 Senior Member

    Coins like this are often mounted in sets as souvenirs for travellers. The quality of the coin, and the mounting method, aren't usually terribly important to the tourist or the vendor.

    If it is glue (which it looks like it may be), then try pure acetone. Glue is usually organic based, and acetone will dissolve the glue.
     
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