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What do you think about the grade?<p>

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Davide<p>

 

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Don't know about the grade, but it's certainly the best I've seen so far :ninja:

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Don't know about the grade, but it's certainly the best I've seen so far

Yes, also for me...but, in your opinion, is it at least a MS specimen?

In live vision is much better, and red tone is full.

I bought in a Spanish mail bid auction, for a ridiculous price...their grade was almost Extremely Fine.

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Don't know about the grade, but it's certainly the best I've seen so far <p>

 

Yes, also for me...but, in your opinion, is it at least a MS specimen?<p>

In live vision is much better, and red tone is full.<p>

 

I bought in a Spanish mail bid auction, for a ridiculous price...their grade was almost Extremely Fine.

 

MS BN 65 ????? AND what a find!!!

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Hi Steve, I would want useful your courtesy and ask you if you have a system in order to remove the spots on silver, without, obviously, damaging the metal...for example this, on the P

Thank You

 

 

 

 

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No, sorry, I don't.

 

I never clean my coins. If they have verdigris or spots...so be it. Others may have different advice.

 

Best,

 

Steve

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What do you think about the grade?<p>

Thanks<p>

Davide<p>

 

<img src=http://images3.fotoalbum.virgilio.it/v/www1-3//110/110398/178212/5Kscan1856d-vi.jpg?1240406502><p>

 

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I think it is very attractive and as nice as you could reasonably hope to find without a long wait.

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What do you think about the grade?<p>

Thanks<p>

Davide<p>

 

<img src=http://images3.fotoalbum.virgilio.it/v/www1-3//110/110398/178212/5Kscan1856d-vi.jpg?1240406502><p>

 

<img src=http://images6.fotoalbum.virgilio.it/v/www1-6//110/110398/178212/5Kscan1856r-vi.jpg?1240406503>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Absolutely gorgeous :ninja:

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Hi Steve, I would want useful your courtesy and ask you if you have a system in order to remove the spots on silver, without, obviously, damaging the metal...for example this, on the P

Thank You

 

 

 

 

<img src=http://images2.fotoalbum.virgilio.it/v/www1-2//110/110398/178212/rublo004-vi.jpg>

 

Hi Davide. Personally I would leave it alone, or you could seriously compromise the value and natural beauty of the coin. I made the mistake when I was kid, and cleaned some of my coins and came to regret it later. If I had it to do over, I would. This is just my opinion though.

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About the only thing you could do to coins of that quality is damage them. I'd leave them alone.

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Beautiful coins. I would not clean them. If you believe their value would be seriously enhanced by cleaning try submitting them to NCS for an estimate.

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Hi Steve, I would want useful your courtesy and ask you if you have a system in order to remove the spots on silver, without, obviously, damaging the metal...for example this, on the P

Thank You

 

 

 

 

<img src=http://images2.fotoalbum.virgilio.it/v/www1-2//110/110398/178212/rublo004-vi.jpg>

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DO NOT CLEAN...cleaning will make the coin look bland and most collectors aren't interested in owning a cleaned coin

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