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Re: Green slime on silver

testing can be done. I cannot recall the exact method - but it has something to do with a heated wire and the resulting color of the smoke (as it contacts the plastic). Susan Maltby (sp) knows and has written on this. She has/had regular columns in Coin World.

jmc, 8/24/2011
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