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Don't do this!!!

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This is what happens when you spill OJ on a coin and don't notice it in time. I suggest ALL liquids be deemed dangerous chemicals and should only be ingested at a minimum distance of 50' from any of your collection.


Good thing I have 4 others!





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Can't you just whiz it and make it bright and shiny again? 893scratchchin-thumb.gif


Actually, this would be an interesting coin to send to NCS for conservation. I wonder if they'd simply laugh, or if there's something that could be done? Citric acid admittedly sounds a bit harsh as applied to .9999 fine silver.


My condolences,



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I don't understand. What's the problem? It looks like many of the Commems I've seen graded by the TPG's the last 10 years or so. 893whatthe.gif



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