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Re: Cleaning coins

If all the detail is visible, then don't clean them. If they are thick with crud so as features, dates or grade is obscured then go for it. Anything that brightens the copper or looks unnatural or scratches/damages the coin will obviously decrease it's value.

biggrassboy, 3/1/2013
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Cleaning coins (taxicab, 2/25/2013)
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