[BTW, I've tried to include jpegs of the coins I'm asking about, but I can't see that it's working. Please let me know if I'm not doing this right.] Going through my stash of coins I and my late Mom accumulated over years, I found this 1885 Morgan Dollar in what I believe is near XF condition. Unfortunately, it is disfigured by having been stuck into a brassy-looking ring promoting Buicks. Does this ruin the coin, numismatically? Does anyone know how this was done, and how I can remove it? Is it likely to have been braized or soldered to the coin, which would make removal more difficult? This is a really nice-looking coin, and I'd like to get rid of the thing attached to it. On another front, I also inherited five other silver dollars into which someone had drilled two or three ~1/8" holes. Really. I know. You're thinking, "How did this guy get so lucky??" These are bullion, right? And with some of the silver missing, to boot. I'm not complaining: it's still an extra C-note in my pocket if I go the bulion route, but—aside from the ugly disfigurement--they're fairly well-preserved. I assume there's no hope here, but I wanted to ask. All suggestions are welcome, and thank you all in advance.