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Toned quarter question

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I have a recent 2002-p Ohio comm quarter I got from a roll of BU's. It was a end coin in the roll and has a light gold tone, almost champagne color on one side.


My question is how should I store this coin to let it do its thing and tone more, by itself.


I had stored it in a 2x2 paper coin holder, but am wondering if this would hinder its natural toning ability.


Thanks for any advise.

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That's probably one of the holders where it will tone slowly and from the edges. If you want it to tone more quickly, however, buy a Wayte-Raymond generic quarters album - it'll have to be used (if you're unfamiliar with these albums). Place the quarter in it and forget about it for a few years. tongue.gif



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If you can't find a wayte raymond album...I've had good luck with a Dansco album,these are very easy to purchase!


I've got a 50-S qtr. that look's like it's been dipped in honey...mint frost, with golden honey blended in.


I believe the color of the book's pages made it that color!


And I can vouche for hoot, I've had it in the book for about 2 yr's. this past christmas.


Good Luck



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