Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Gam3rBlake, Jan 11, 2021.
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I adore that 54. And I’m not big on toning
Didn’t know that. Thanks. Are you talking 10 or 20 years?
Don’t know the word but love the use of the vowel U
Have never saw a coin like your 1877. That one should be in a toning book for sure. Pretty. Different. Kinda unique.
Nice. Looks too like it could about squeek into a VF slab.
I like the rub on that one. It’s all in the right places. Pretty
Perfect example on how Morgan’s ware
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Very nice! I’ve had my eye out for a replacement since I sold my last one... nice ones are tough to find.
Depending on what's causing the reaction, a coin can go from rainbow to black soot in months, years, or decades.
It's like a colored liquid. There's no way to know when the color will settle (if you don't know the ingredients) but anything that's not a clear solution will eventually settle.
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