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i need HELP

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Thanks for the message.


Using Clorox or bleaching coins presents are variety of problems, some of which we may be able to address. The severity of the contamination, the amount of interaction that has occurred with the original surfaces, the condition of the coin prior to the application of the bleach, the amount of time the bleach has been on the surface and the method used to apply the chemical are all factors that greatly effecting how we will attempt to conserve the coin and the success of such an effort.


I would need to examine the coins to advise you better, but from experience I would say that the odds may not be in your favor and some degree of luster impairment is likely while color impairment is almost a certainty.


To submit the coin for evaluation, contact NCS customer service.



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