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OK, all the [!@#%^&^] I have been through with toned Nickels and then PCGS does this!

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The Jefferson looks like it has residue on it. I'm surprised they gave it the DCAM designation since they shy away from giving toned coins a CAM or DCAM designation.


The Silver Eagle looks awful. Sorry, but it looks like someone used chemicals on it. To me it is a no question AT coin.


I've seen the clad proof Ikes tone weird colors like this before. I've also seen "early" clad Washingtons tone deep purple before.

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I have a Washington with similair color, and TomB has a few with that kind of toning. Real lookers! shy.gif


My new term for coins like that eagle is "pie" . You know, baked at 350 for 45 minutes grin.gif



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