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Flying Eagle Cent

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It is difficult to give a full evaluation based on your description. This is one instance when actually seeing the coin would help immensely. Depending on what is actually causing the spot on your coin and the depth into the metal the spot appears to have penetrated, the spot may be able to be removed. If it is removed, you will likely have a small area of toning where the spot was. If this is an active spot on your coin, it has now been neutralized and will not become worse over time.


Sometimes spots called carbon spots can not be removed and are stable. If the spot on your coin were this kind of spot, we would likely not be able to help your coin.


Chris, NCS

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