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1930 George V Ten Cents (Dime) after electrolysis coin cleaning (pt #3)
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after electrolysis coin cleaning


Added: Apr-14-2012 Occurred On: Apr-14-2012
By: 10fold
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Tags: 1930, George, V, Ten, Cents, (Dime), after, electrolysis, coin, cleaning
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  • Not 1 serious collector will pay more than scrap value for cleaned coins. Leave them as they are.

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  • Nice. It looks much better :)

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  • I hope that coin isnt worth much, cause you just devalued it, in a collectors eyes.

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  • wow big difference !!

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  • That worked really great.
    How long was it in there? Overnight?

    Well, anyway, your 10 cents are now worth 2-10 dollar:)

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  • About the don't clean it comments, I would say do clean it. Unless you find some really old ones, just check on internet first.
    At least you have a nice looking coin in your collection now.

    Those recent coins, people really don't pay extra because they look ugly from being buried for a couple of years...

    Really, no coin collector ever showed me his dirty corroded Roman coins.
    They had the shiny ones, looking as if made yesterday.
    Those ugly cluttered up ones are for museums.

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  • Very nice!

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  • Informative video, and well done. Always ben interested in some sort of treasure hunting. Maybe the metal detector would be a good start.

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  • 1930? boy they really change how they look in the next few years compared to this I think. Cool.

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