Qoinage COIN Photo Gallery

My favorite coins of my collection and select others

Home :: Login
Album list :: Last uploads :: Last comments :: Most viewed :: Top rated :: My Favorites :: Search

Top rated
Clavdivs II Gothicvs.jpg
Clavdivs II Gothicvs812 views
(1 votes)
1950 Mexico 5 Peso1196 viewsThis is an example of a lightly tarnished coin, this coin will look wonderful with only minor work. Looking forward to seeing it after the process... it is a very beautiful coin. I wonder if they made on in 1958? :-) nah, it is a commerative coin. These Mexican 5 Peso coins are large and very lovely and contain a good chunk of Silver in them!
(1 votes)
1973 Cook Islsnd 5 Dollar1253 viewsHere is an example of a Medium tarnished coin. there are scratches on the OBV that are beyond restoration without very serious damage to the coin, IOW, the scratches cannot be removed with normal procedures. Soldering? maybe... not me, not recommended, buy a new one :-) Look like this may be a Proof coin?
(1 votes)
1918 France 1 Franc Heavy1217 viewsTHis is an example of a heavily tarnished coin before restoration. It is possible under the very thick tarnish near the edge of the coin at 7 o'clock there may have been damage. We will see.
(1 votes)
Gold Coin Restoration1341 views1905 $5 Gold Half Eagle
(1 votes)
(1 votes)
(1 votes)
1874 Peru 1 Sol886 viewsClose-up of 1874 Peruvian Sol before restoration process to remove scratches
(1 votes)
My Side of it 25%.jpg
Coin Restoration Part 11382 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.
(1 votes)
1944 Netherlands 25 cent1339 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.
(1 votes)
1932-MexicanPeso Rev.JPG
1932 Mexico Peso - Rev1138 views1932 Mexico Peso - Rev. Full restored
(1 votes)
1932-MexicanPeso Obv.JPG
1932 Mexico Peso - OBV997 views1932 Mexico Peso - OBV. Fully Restored
(1 votes)
39 files on 4 page(s) 3