Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Kc 17, Sep 16, 2019.
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It would be cool if the coin has a CC mintmark.
Queen? What queen?
I assume it's tin based solder. The tin solder is fairly inert/inactive and has a lower melting point than silver solder. Which hopefully it isn't as the coin is 90% silver.
As mentioned above get yourself a "solder sucker" to suck up the melting solder. Or maybe give it to a friend that solders stuff to unsolder it. Jeweler could easily do it too.
That's not a queen. It's better. It's Lady Liberty! Unfortunately it is forever damaged but it can be removed. You'll never get the solder off completely. It could retain some value despite being damaged if it's the correct mintmark.
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