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Post by dreadnought » Sun Jul 16, 2017 6:30 pm

Went out today and found two coins. At least I think I they are coins. No detail atall. Is there any way to. Lean them and reveal any detail or are they just worn smooth. Any products I should be getting ?. Any advice would be great. don't want a cupboard full of products, just a general go to product.
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Post by dreadnought » Sun Jul 16, 2017 6:35 pm

Sorry people. My bad. Will have a read through the cleaning finds section.
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Post by Dave The Slave » Sun Jul 16, 2017 6:38 pm

Can`t give any advice on a product, been in the same situation. Sometimes getting the coin damp and tilting it around in different light may reveal something. Diameter of the coin and direction of Monarchs head may help if you can reveal that.
That`s the most frustrating thing about our hobby, not being able to identify a coin due to its condition.
Good Luck ::g ,
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