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The quickest way is to dip the coin in an acid solution, preferably hydrochloric acid. I use a toilet bowl cleaner called The Works. It has about 9% Hc acid. I put just enough of the solution in a small acid resistant cup to cover the coin.…"
Moving. No space for my collection. As early as 1911 but mostly complete from the 20's to about 2000. Missing a bunch from the war years. Would love a collector to have it. $100 for all. Tons of pre 1930 issues in great shape, mostly complete years. I have packed them in small cartons ready for shipping. Pick up or UPS.See More
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