Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by True_Man, Oct 10, 2014.
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If its a circulated coin, not much more damage could actually occur.
Folks tend to forget the literal beating that most coins get while in circulation yet, they still seem to survive quite well. Especially the modern cnclad coins which are just super hard.
Its all a matter of preference.
I know 'edge', 'obverse,' 'reverse,' and 'clock position' on coins, but never heard of the "top."
Do you mean the "face" (obverse) of a coin or the edge of the coin at the 12 o'clock position?
Calm down, Skippy, and stop touching it; you don't want to go blind now, do you?
Especially one that enriches uranium
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