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    My guess is typo for "dont set it free".

    And now that I think about it, you should punch a hole in the coin with a nail and put it in your keychain! Hah! Just kidding! I think centered in a display of barbers sounds awesome. Of course generally a display of found barbers is awesome enough, so that would make for bonus awesomeness. Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obsessive View Post
    My guess is typo for "dont set it free".

    And now that I think about it, you should punch a hole in the coin with a nail and put it in your keychain! Hah! Just kidding! I think centered in a display of barbers sounds awesome. Of course generally a display of found barbers is awesome enough, so that would make for bonus awesomeness. Lol.
    Thanks for the translation Ob!

    I about gasped when I read 'Punch A Hole In It'!! lol!

    Thanks...I think that will make a nice display of Barbers too. It won't fit in anything flat obviously.

    Kace

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    Cleaning coins is a major sin in the coin collecting world.

    It's okay to clean it up with water and soap - patted dry. But NO solutions!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepseekerADS View Post
    Cleaning coins is a major sin in the coin collecting world.

    It's okay to clean it up with water and soap - patted dry. But NO solutions!
    Thanks Deep! I just was wondering on this one since it is a Pop Out and not really a coin in the sense of currency any longer.

    I'm leaving it as is...evidently unless someone is going to use these as jewelry, they should be left as found too. I wouldn't ever wear it as jewelry, so it's going to still look 106yrs young! lol!

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    I'd leave it be.

    From a collector's point of view that a purposely damaged coin and would be interesting as a sample - like the smushed coins from fairs and tourist stops and Hobo nickels. Yours has nice tones. Kills the value as a coin but they are collectable for what they are.
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