Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Jessica Cioffi, Sep 26, 2021.
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If you already know how to remove the haze with acetone then do so. If you don't have experience with it then leave it along and get some better pictures. Coins can be ruined in any attempt to improve their appearance and PL surfaces are among the most fragile.
A lot of '68-P dimes are at least a little PL; (~.2%)(2 per 1000) of mint set coins. Getting the PL grade requires a lot of PL so don't get your hopes up.
The bottom picture here shows flat fields.
This is not typical for '68 dimes.
PL has nothing to do with detail.
This man has a lot of experience and knows his clad-era coinage inside and out. The "cladking" username there is not mere hype. I used to correspond and trade coins with him nearly 30 years ago, before the Internet was even a thing.
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