Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by MeowtheKitty, Jul 21, 2019.
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But if did, it would look more like regular rot. This penny is shiny, proof like shiny.
Meow thinks something like that too. But thought the copper is so thin that anything that reacts to the copper will destroy it. Like how heated penny's turn grey. This looks like rot, but Meow has not seen a rotten looking penny be so darn shiny.
After searching over 1000 rolls of pennies, Meow has not seen anything like it before. Just wanted to shows ya all, this odd penny.
Tuck it away for another day. That's what I do.
Shiny surfaces is one thing but none of us can tell if it has been cleaned or polished. Etc
There is always someone who feels they should be allowed to break the rules. But hey, the points add up and one day these folks will be gone
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