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    Wadim

    Oct 2012
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    today cleaning

    At first, I used a tray with solution of lemon acid, for removal of green "emerald" oxide. Attention! This method can strongly damage a coin! Risk under your responsibility.
    Then, I used electrolysis for purification of deep dirt. Attention! Sometimes after cleaning by electrolysis, on a coin the minor defects which are hidden and not seen before cleaning are shown

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    Coins on the picture.
    2 kopeks 1776
    1 kopek 1883
    1 kopek 1905

  2. #17
    cs
    Mar 2012
    Caesar II prototype, minelab xplorer XS
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    Usually i dont clean coins with hard encrustrations.... i dont like electrolysis and im against that method. But i see you cleaned some coins very well.
    Also depends which type of coin you are cleaning. I am mostly cleaning Roman coins and i use pure water and mechanical way. No chemicals or anything else. All coins with damaged patina are thrown in lots
    Veni,vidi,vici!

  3. #18
    cs
    Dec 2012
    SIRMIUM SERBIA
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    I'm doing it this way
    I put this picture in a forum VUMI'S
    Here and thereClick image for larger version. 

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  4. #19
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    Wadim

    Oct 2012
    Ryazan City
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    Quote Originally Posted by sekulitatea View Post
    I'm doing it this way
    I put this picture in a forum VUMI'S
    Here and thereClick image for larger version. 

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    it's cool! Tell what tool you use, show a photo? You use a microscope?

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    Andre

    Nov 2012
    New Orleans
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    Cool
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  6. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by sekulitatea View Post
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    Very precision indeed!
    Ever wonder where your thoughts come from?

    Man exists to know and acknowledge and live by the Truth.
    His reward is eternal life.His punishment for failing to do
    so is death.

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  7. #22
    ru
    Jan 2013
    Russia, Nizhny Novgorod
    MINELAB X-Terra 705
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    Результат отличный. Ты делаешь это под микроскопом или достаточно мощной лупы? Шабер сам сделал или где то купил?

    Result excellent. You do it under a microscope or rather powerful magnifying glass? Shaber himself made or where that bought?
    I ask to forgive for my English. I write with the dictionary.

 

 
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