28 cents......πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ

WHADIFIND

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Still......first some odd reason....I've been smiling all day long! 😊

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Might look like 1848, but it's 1843.

Not too often when I find a coin almost 200 years old anymore!

Nice start to my year!

Thanks for peeking!
 

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WHADIFIND

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I know of Andres. But I've never seen/used them. Aren't they just pointed abrasives?
Yes.
Of varying degrees, and providing precise control compared to other abrasives, like finger nails, pant legs, brushes, toothpicks, etc...
 

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WHADIFIND

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Yes.
Of varying degrees, and providing precise control compared to other abrasives, like finger nails, pant legs, brushes, toothpicks, etc...
Guess I'll get a couple then. Worth a try.

Thanks.
 

Coinstar magnet

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releventchair

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Congrats!

Knew a guy who put rough condition Indian head cents that were ready to crumble into olive oi They may still be soaking.
I tried electrolysis on a flaking one. Looks like rough sandstone today.
 

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Presently using Deus 2's & have Minelabs, Nokta's Tesoro's DEus's Have them all . Have WAY to many need to get rid of some
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NICE FINDS !!! Thanks for sharing
 

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WHADIFIND

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Jack Hammer!
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Congrats!

Knew a guy who put rough condition Indian head cents that were ready to crumble into olive oi They may still be soaking.
I tried electrolysis on a flaking one. Looks like rough sandstone today.
That's been my experience with some coppers too. I can pretty well tell which ones might clean up a bit. But....water? Just never seemed to work for me.

Thanks!
 

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