Should I clean it, would you?

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Go on ... be a devil and get it in lemon juice . I wouldnt be able to resist . Then bleach it and highlight the detail with a pencil rubber . Go on go on go on . You know you want to . 👍
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Heh, I'm getting tempted! I think I'd better finish my next video off first, just in case I ruin the coin. :D
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Its milled so I don''t so what harm you can do with any sort of cleaning as long as you don't over do it! (I think you will have to go a bit stronger than distilled water though!!!!)
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HolzHammer wrote: Mon Jul 12, 2021 3:45 pm I think you will have to go a bit stronger than distilled water though!!!!
Yep, but maybe not so harsh as using an angle grinder! :rollinglaughing:
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Quick question, when you say zap, do you mean electrolysis?If so what do you use for silver as the electrolyte and electrode?
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Rocketfella wrote: Sat Sep 04, 2021 10:12 am Quick question, when you say zap, do you mean electrolysis?If so what do you use for silver as the electrolyte and electrode?
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Yes, washing soda and steel. :thumbsup:
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That's a belter Andy , I personally wouldn't do too much more to that, looking good as is.
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Stunning coin, I'd not rush rainy day job?
If you do clean it please post more pics of this beauty.
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TerraBritannia wrote: Sun Jul 11, 2021 6:32 pm I gave it a longer soak in some distilled water and used a cotton bud to remove as much much as I could. I daren't do anything else to it at this stage. :D


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I assume everyone knows about cleaning silver with ali foil, soda crystals and boiling water. That would be my first port of call. :thumbsup:
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