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1988 d no cooper plating error
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Hi everyone, just thought I would share this piece. I know there is no premium on these, but with zinc in the open air environment it rots. It does weigh 2.5. And you can see a little bit of cooper on the coin. Looks like rust and heavily circulated. cool but interesting. Any knowledge is appreciated.  Thanks 

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Since it is of no numismatic value and you like it, you can try WD-40 or mineral oil to delay the inevitable. I have some valueless tax tokens where I've managed to stave off zinc rot for about 20 years now with WD-40 every so often.

Keep humidity low with silica gel packs.

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