Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by James Alexander, Aug 22, 2019.
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the "copper" you are thinking is from environmental damage. Probably stuck in the ground for some time. coins are made of metal. Metals can tone and "rust" over time plus can be impacted by a variety of substances.
No it is not. It is considered Environmental Damage.
Only worth 25 Cents.
Clad coins and even nickels contain Cupro-Nickel. It has copper mixed in.. So when exposed to the elements it gradually changes color.
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Your killing me with kindness
Everytime i see that coin. It freezes me. And trip about what i would do with that coin. I now know the answer. I'd keep it
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