Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by John Skelton, May 27, 2022.
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Yeah, I did, didn't help. Is there a way to tell, for example, a 1973S copper-nickel clad coin from the 1973S silver clad? Look that up in your red book!
24.59g vs. 22.68g
But I could be wrong.
Put a silver coin and a clad coin under a white Kleenex tissue. You can easily tell which one is silver. I posted my complete set a few months ago but will do do again if you want me to.
I forgot about that little trick. I'll try it, thanks!
Red Book for the win.
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