1990d and 1985d result after cleaning with white vinegar and salt.

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  1. Italy8686

    Italy8686 Italy8686

    Now looking at them they kinda resemble a counterclash die 20210301_184104.jpg 20210301_184124~2.jpg 20210301_184142~2.jpg 20210301_184221~2.jpg
     
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  3. Italy8686

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    I researched both dates just to even see if those years had an error listed like that and they both do. I could be wrong completely so I ask everones opinion now. These pennys were just supposed to be what they look like after the cleaning didnt think I'd something or probably not
     
  4. ldhair

    ldhair Clean Supporter

    Where are you seeing a clash?
     
  5. potty dollar 1878

    potty dollar 1878 Florida girls have to love walking there sharks.

    They look like normal pennies/spenders.
     
  6. Kevin Mader

    Kevin Mader Fellow Coin Enthusiast

    I'm not seeing a clash either. Are these the right specimens?
     
  7. Italy8686

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  8. Italy8686

    Italy8686 Italy8686

    Thats a joke right lincolns jacket
     
  9. Kevin Mader

    Kevin Mader Fellow Coin Enthusiast

    To affect Lincoln's jacket, the die crash would need to be pretty massive. Stronger clashes will leave the memorial bays on the obverse of the coin and the profile (maybe date) would be obvious on the reverse. I'm not seeing anything in particular here.
     
  10. Italy8686

    Italy8686 Italy8686

    Zoom in more then. I shouldnt have to cause it's clear a day even without the loop
     
  11. Italy8686

    Italy8686 Italy8686

    It goes from rim to rim
     
  12. Italy8686

    Italy8686 Italy8686

    Does it help to see it better this way 20210301_184142~10.jpg 20210301_184221~4.jpg
     
  13. Italy8686

    Italy8686 Italy8686

    And maybe the date okay well the 85 where the vdb is at you see the 5
     
  14. Italy8686

    Italy8686 Italy8686

    I never said it was I just said it show a resemble of it to look more into it
     
  15. Italy8686

    Italy8686 Italy8686

    So please dont take my words out of context and say I'm claiming that it's a die clash. I did say it maybe nothing or a different issue but something to zoom into more
     
  16. Italy8686

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  17. Italy8686

    Italy8686 Italy8686

    Now if I get 10 answers saying it's nothing. I'll let it go.
     
  18. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball CANNOT RE-MEMBER

    Just to let you know, a clash and a counter-clash are two different things. I don't see either in your photos.
     
  19. Italy8686

    Italy8686 Italy8686

    True but what if it was rotated more or off center die clash the bay would be higher or hell just to throw it out there a mule die clash
     
  20. JPD3

    JPD3 Well-Known Member

    I just see shined areas where the '85 D cent has been polished (IMHO). I've been told salt would scratch the surface of your coins and that household vinegar contains a five-percent solution of acetic acid. Both vinegar and salt are potent enough to accelerate the formation of patina on copper, BTW.
     
  21. Italy8686

    Italy8686 Italy8686

    That argument can go back and forth on this subject people say yes people say no. So Ima just send it in and see what happens. Worse case scenario they send it back saying it's nothing. Nail polish remover is more potent then that. They're so many articles approving saying yes it doesn't effect the coin to back up my argument. Thats the lighting I believe that's making it looked polished.
     
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