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Identification and possible NGC grading.

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I have a (pattern) coin here which I can`t identify as either genuine or fake. Possibly silver...
Note the circular lines in the second image. The colour is incorrect in the second image due it being a scan.



The copper spots are superficial and seem to originate from other coins.

More pictures and technical data are available upon request because I can`t add them at this time.


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Thank you for your post. Unfortunately, we are not able to determine a coin's authenticity via images. I will move this post to the World Coin chat board section as some of our other members may be willing to lend their opinion. 

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The magnet is not that great. At least I would suggest using a block of ice. Although 0.500 silver is difficult to pinpoint with ice.

It therefore possibly is 0.500 silver, I can`t exclude it.

Suggestions? Can anyone identify it (as fake or genuine)?

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