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1905Gold5Dollar2.jpg
Gold Coin Restoration366 views1905 $5 Gold Half Eagle
1938CanadianDollarRSTRD.png
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1944Nederlands25cents.jpg
1944 Netherlands 25 cent343 views1944 Netherlands 25 cent. BU Before and after. This coin got its discoloration/tarnish perhaps not from industrial or vehicular pollutants, but more possibly from living in the hom of a heavy smoker. only a guess based on the yellowish/brown color before restoration.
1944Nederlands25cents~0.jpg
414 views
1965 Venezuela 1 Bolivar.jpg
1965 Venezuela 1 Bolivar Peso649 viewsBefore and after images of this coin. Before restoration this coin was handled unprotected by collectors and the like, Much of the early tarnish was rubbed off the way it happend(ed) with circulating silver coins. Previous to the collectors handling, it was a well tarnished coin, but only the most minor damage had been done. THis coin looks beautiful once again.
50EuroCent.jpg
50 EuroCents605 viewsAn early restoration - I can tell because I didn't make the rig to keep so much refelcted stuff on the coin and spoil the look!
CoinCleaning.jpg
A nice article about coin restoration558 viewsJust read it!
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Can I make this a link?476 viewsI want to make this a link to the BIGGER file of the coin restoration I will be placing on the site without limits :-)- that one should work! [If it doesn't, Cut-n-Paste the bloody thing!

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Coin Restoration Part 1387 viewsThis is a sort of step by step picture show of a coin undergoing restoration. it also shows some of the prolems of trying to get mint luster to be visible in typical lighting often used to show detail in coins. Too much light causes some shiny surfaces to wash out to pure white. There are was around it, but typicall not done when the main thing happening to the coin is the restoration process.
SilverRestoration.jpg
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