How To Hold a Coin

Discussion in 'Frequently Asked Questions' started by Speedy, Jan 8, 2005.

  1. Insider

    Insider Talent on loan from...

    :D Consider yourself "toasted to a crisp."
     
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  3. Traci

    Traci Active Member

    I am incredibly new at this but I am using those blue non-latex gloves, only because I’m allergic to latex, but another user suggested I use cotton gloves which will be much more comfortable and warmer! I know they have them at walmart and they are very thin so you can feel the coin like you can with the other gloves. Just a suggestion. Great people on CT!
     
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  4. 352sdeer

    352sdeer Well-Known Member

    BTW welcome to CT. I too wear gloves. I’m glad to be in good company!
    Now watch out before the angry mobs gets us!
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  5. G8rDMD

    G8rDMD Member

    Hey there! Thanks for the welcome :)
     
  6. bender9876

    bender9876 Member

    Great ideas
     
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  7. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    Remember...all coins/ hammered or milled started off as FDC:cigar:
    Reason most are in lesser grades today was caused by handling/ also known as circulation for legal tender. There are many modern "proofs" that are graded as "impaired" due to touching them with exposed fingers:(
     
  8. Roccobull

    Roccobull New Member

    Do you always have to wear gloves while holding gold/silver coins? If not when would you have to?
     
  9. FrugalCO

    FrugalCO Member

    oooooohh! That dealer doesn't deserve to be a coin dealer! Put a negative mark on Yelp so that others won't go thru what you just went thru !
     
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