Discussion in 'Frequently Asked Questions' started by Speedy, Jan 8, 2005.
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BTW they are powder free.
That really shouldn't be a problem, as long as you use common sense.
IMO, it would be a bad idea to touch the face of the coin regardless what is protecting your hands. Yes, if you are holding the coin by the rim, these gloves are a safe practice for your coins. Definitely better than greasy fingers touching the coin, IMHO.
I saw a special on TV about three years ago ,an when they finish minted each denomination for the proofs its like an assembely
The workers put the coins in the proof cases each one with there own seperate denomination,the machines don't do it ,and they wear special gloves. I don't know if they use that same process anymore maybe now they used the machines.
I would think the mint takes more pride ,they rather let the humans do it because the proofs are more delicate and worth more.
there are different schools of thought here and some here start to berate the other school of thought for what ever reason. i dont agree with GD 100% of the time but we agree on most important issues to different degrees. IMHO its crazy to close ones mind and ignore the advances of technology and keep pretending by sitting on a high horse.
Way to go Gd :hug: keep providing the light in darkness ( not for me i live in space )
if you want a contact at the mint let me know :whistle:
noe here is a mana fter my own heart. i will let you know when my coin field is ready . its a futuristic device i am panning
I would think machines would scratch the coins.
now you are talking time for you to visit the indian mits
What does the Indian's do with their mits? Do they play catcher?
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