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Just imagine if one day, all dipped coins where considered AU because of chemical alteration of the surface, there would be many sad collectors and dealers. It is interesting that he equates toning with corrosion, I guess in a way he is right. Thanks for the link Jeff, I wonder if we will ever get back to the days of Unc and BU, probably not, too much money on the table.

5cents, 3/7/2011
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