Anglo-Saxon Sceat After Cleaning

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Fisher 1266 X
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Used a little electrickery on this encrusted Plumed Bird, Series E type J Sceat.


Series E Type J Plumed Bird Sceat 580-750
Series E Type J Plumed Bird Sceat 580-750
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wow, such a difference
Lovely find and great cleaning effort :thumbsup:

Are there any papers on the meanings of the designs on these coins?
Interesting to see the interpretations
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Totally transformed, Paul.
Put that on your 3d imaging we can watch the stork/heron/crane fly.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
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If ever there was an advert to convert the wary regarding zapping, this is it :thumbsup:
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Good job. :thumbsup:
D2 - 13"x11" coil - audio only.
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That’s because it wasn’t over done. Great job :clapping:
Yes I really don’t like Roman coins, I’m not joking
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Blackadder43 wrote: Sat Nov 13, 2021 7:04 pm wow, such a difference
Lovely find and great cleaning effort :thumbsup:

Are there any papers on the meanings of the designs on these coins?
Interesting to see the interpretations
Cheers Bruce,
Yes, there are a few sources out there using Google.
Dave The Slave wrote: Sat Nov 13, 2021 7:06 pm Totally transformed, Paul.
Put that on your 3d imaging we can watch the stork/heron/crane fly.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
Dave.
LOL.... thanks Dave, If I have time I'll try and do a few more 3D jobbies.
Oxgirl wrote: Sat Nov 13, 2021 7:23 pm That’s because it wasn’t over done. Great job :clapping:
Thanks everyone,........ the scary thing was that it wasn't my coin so I had to really tread carefully. How trusting is that!
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Lovely to see,great find and restoration.
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Hi, what was the electrickery you used? I have something similar and would like to try the same method.
Thank you
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Don't know what Fisher uses, but a common method is to use a phone charger. Just attach crocodile clips to each wire :thumbsup:
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Looks good now :thumbsup:
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Stevieg wrote: Sun Nov 14, 2021 4:23 pm Hi, what was the electrickery you used? I have something similar and would like to try the same method.
Thank you
Steve
Hi Steve, I used a 'phone charger, two crocodile clips with one connected to a stainless steel spoon and the other to the coin.
The spoon was clamped to the inside of a small jar filled with a warm solution of salt and water. The warm water helps the salt dissolve quickly and the temperature also aids the process.
If the connection is good on both the coin and spoon, the coin will start fizzing. If the spoon starts to fizz, the connections are back-to-front.
Just swap the clips around. When you have the right combination, mark the spoon and clip with a same-coloured band/tape so they are both red for example. This helps for future zapping so that you are sure you have the right connections if the coin doesn't fizz.
If the coin doesn't fizz, there will be a bad connection with the coin clip due to the coating on the coin.

HTH
Paul
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WARNING

Use of a saline solution will give off incredibly harmful chlorine gas so you absolutely MUST use this in a well ventilated area. :thumbsup:

As ever, you undertake electrolysis at your own risk
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