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Lincoln Cent

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I can't recommend any kind of home conservation methods. Generally your best bet in the future when you encounter a coin that is dirty is to consider professional conservation such as what is offered by NCS especially if you plan to have the piece certified by a major grading service.


From your description I would not be able to determine if the coin would be gradeable by NGC or not. Without actually seeing the coin, any determination of it's grade would not be possible.


Chris, NCS

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