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Old 04-13-2019, 04:32 AM
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I found 'em.... I can smack them with a hammer to knock the crud off, soak them in lemon juice, rub them right out of the the hole, shine them up with baking soda paste, hell, even tumble them with aquarium gravel. You're in the wrong hobby if you're looking to consistantly find coins that a real numismatist would be interested in. I for one, dig coins for the fun of it! I'll happily let the collectors turn their noses up at my cool, scratched up, dug coins.

Like MuddyMo, take my advice with a grain of salt. (Or mix the salt with vinegar and let your coins soak in it!)

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