Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by bucksin6, Feb 23, 2020.
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I think you’re right, gold maybe. Any idea at what point in history people most commonly did that?
To fool people like me lol. I still love it though and want to preserve it as best I can.
I didn’t do it for fortunes, I saw at best a severely damaged oddity that would never be perfect and would never fetch more than $50 in the next 50 years. I wanted to save it from a crap existence. It could have been a carry coin through world wars, through depressions, at weddings. Even if it’s not a proof, it’s different and I like it.
From a novelty 90s nickel history set of 5 v nickels.
Do you have the set?
I’m asking if it’s possible to properly restore, even somewhat, a tarnished coin like this. Doesn’t matter if it’s a proof or not. Don’t care about a grading. Can it be done or not?
The coins yes, tossed the novelty holder.
You want to submit your coin for grading and to preserve? Here's a website for PCGS.
Let's see pictures of them. BTW: Do you know what a Racketeer is?
After further inspection, it appears to be gold plated. But that’s not the question, I’m asking about proper channels for restoring coins
Did you read the website I sent you?
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