How to clean it more better

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  1. Italy8686

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  3. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Casual Collector / error expert "in Training "

    :stop::stop::stop::stop: . You've reached that Point. They look clean to me . Thank You .
     
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  4. expat

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    Well done! Very clean and very worthless now
     
  5. Italy8686

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    Damm harsh all I did was use hand soap and a eye glass cloth.
     
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  6. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Not a harsh comment at all. It is true.. Do not clean your coins.
    Do you want us to help you with our numismatic knowledge or do you want to continue defying us in all of our comments? o_O
     
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  7. coloradobryan

    coloradobryan Well-Known Member

    Cleaning coins is bad. Dont think i can get it much more simple than that. At least they are face value or close to it to begin with, and not a 1916 quarter.
     
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  8. Italy8686

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  9. Italy8686

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    I know and but soap and water doesn't hurt it.
     
  10. coloradobryan

    coloradobryan Well-Known Member

    The key thing is not using any abrasive on the coins. Soaking crud off will not hurt, but using a cloth to wipe does due to the micro scratches left on the metal. To prove my point, buy a cheap modern proof coin and just run a cloth over it and you will see hairline scratches.
     
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  11. Italy8686

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    I didn't say anything and I yes do. All I said was harsh words. I didnt use acetone or salt and white vinegar. I used Irish spring hand soap and water. To get the dirt and whatever was on the pennies and dried it with a cloth not paper towel or a hard cloth.
     
  12. Italy8686

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  13. Italy8686

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    Sorry meant dapped not rub
     
  14. Italy8686

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    I watched the videos
     
  15. Italy8686

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    All said and done just with soap and water can I use that carefully and can I get a thumbs up on these.
     
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  16. Italy8686

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    Did y'all get a chance to look at the 80 and both 84s I posted
     
  17. Italy8686

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    And more but I'm pacing myself like y'all told me 2 at a time
     
  18. Italy8686

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    Here's a good question. If you certain you have a error and its it'll pass as descent grade. How do you tell the difference from people just having the same grade from people that have the error and that grade. Does matter more of it being less coins out there with the grade and error or less with that high grade only and meaning MS RD 65 or above.
     
  19. Italy8686

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    And what's the best book to have that's up to date with all US coins.
     
  20. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball CANNOT RE-MEMBER

    How about "How To Type And Make Sense At The Same Time"?
     
  21. expat

    expat Remember you are unique, just like everyone else Supporter

    The Red Book of United States Coins by Yeoman.
    To get an error or a variety attributed on a slab you have to pay extra for that service above the grading fee etc. Or, you can just have it attributed and not graded, also for a fee of course. You can see these different areas on the submission form.
    You keep showing what you believe to be doubling, if it was true hub doubling this would be a variety, NOT an error.
     
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