Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Basileus Antialcidas, Sep 27, 2021.
Thank you all for your help!
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In my opinion you can't remove horn silver without damaging the coin - this is silver chemically bonded to soil minerals. Anyway i think horn silver and toning adds to the coin's appeal.
I agree that the horn silver and toning should be left alone. The somewhat porous surfaces plus these deposits make the coin look like an ancient.
No, with the buyers fee I think it goes around 210 euros.
That is the psycology auctions depend on..
Hahaha. That's absolutely true.
That's still a very good price, I think, for this very scarce and popular type.
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