FA: Type Coins Part 3 with 20 and 25 Cent

FA: Type Coins Part 3 with 20 and 25 Cent

Post by Coinenthusias » Sat, 01 Sep 2007 09:22:33



Howdy;

For auction a 20 cent piece and several quarters Bust through Standing
Liberty.
Ends next wednesday afternoon/evening.

Also a few lots of cull Indian Cents ends tomorrow (Friday) plus three
slabbed Commems  Connecticut (ANACS MS60) plus Boone and Texas
(both PCGS MS65) ending Sunday.

http://easyurl.net/coinenthusiast

As always my THANKS for your attention.

 
 
 

FA: Type Coins Part 3 with 20 and 25 Cent

Post by don't loo » Sat, 01 Sep 2007 10:55:58



Quote:
> Howdy;

> For auction a 20 cent piece and several quarters Bust through Standing
> Liberty.
> Ends next wednesday afternoon/evening.

> Also a few lots of cull Indian Cents ends tomorrow (Friday) plus three
> slabbed Commems  Connecticut (ANACS MS60) plus Boone and Texas
> (both PCGS MS65) ending Sunday.

> http://easyurl.net/coinenthusiast

> As always my THANKS for your attention.

Is that brown residue the evidence of dipping on the Barber? That 29S is
tempting.

 
 
 

FA: Type Coins Part 3 with 20 and 25 Cent

Post by Coinenthusias » Sat, 01 Sep 2007 12:35:54


Howdy;

As stated in the description it (to me) has definately
been dipped.

Regards and THANKS

Dan



Quote:



>> Howdy;

>> For auction a 20 cent piece and several quarters Bust through Standing
>> Liberty.
>> Ends next wednesday afternoon/evening.

>> Also a few lots of cull Indian Cents ends tomorrow (Friday) plus three
>> slabbed Commems  Connecticut (ANACS MS60) plus Boone and Texas
>> (both PCGS MS65) ending Sunday.

>> http://easyurl.net/coinenthusiast

>> As always my THANKS for your attention.

> Is that brown residue the evidence of dipping on the Barber? That 29S is
> tempting.

 
 
 

FA: Type Coins Part 3 with 20 and 25 Cent

Post by don't loo » Sat, 01 Sep 2007 12:51:44


Sorry,I was just asking how you can tell.


Quote:
> Howdy;

> As stated in the description it (to me) has definately
> been dipped.

> Regards and THANKS

> Dan





> >> Howdy;

> >> For auction a 20 cent piece and several quarters Bust through Standing
> >> Liberty.
> >> Ends next wednesday afternoon/evening.

> >> Also a few lots of cull Indian Cents ends tomorrow (Friday) plus three
> >> slabbed Commems  Connecticut (ANACS MS60) plus Boone and Texas
> >> (both PCGS MS65) ending Sunday.

> >> http://easyurl.net/coinenthusiast

> >> As always my THANKS for your attention.

> > Is that brown residue the evidence of dipping on the Barber? That 29S is
> > tempting.

 
 
 

FA: Type Coins Part 3 with 20 and 25 Cent

Post by Coinenthusias » Sat, 01 Sep 2007 14:46:31


Howdy;

My apologies.

This is what I look for.

Most dipped coins will show hairlines in the fields usually
requiring a minimum of 10X magnification to see clearly.

These lines are generally short but usually consistent in running
in one direction.  It happens where the acid from the cleaner
etches the coin underneath the toning that the dipping removes.

Some toning is very hard to remove with dipping and the coin
luster will look flat if dipped to often.

Usually another giveaway is that genuine luster has a softness
to it, toned luster does not.

Best regards

Dan



Quote:
> Sorry,I was just asking how you can tell.



>> Howdy;

>> As stated in the description it (to me) has definately
>> been dipped.

>> Regards and THANKS

>> Dan





>> >> Howdy;

>> >> For auction a 20 cent piece and several quarters Bust through Standing
>> >> Liberty.
>> >> Ends next wednesday afternoon/evening.

>> >> Also a few lots of cull Indian Cents ends tomorrow (Friday) plus three
>> >> slabbed Commems  Connecticut (ANACS MS60) plus Boone and Texas
>> >> (both PCGS MS65) ending Sunday.

>> >> http://easyurl.net/coinenthusiast

>> >> As always my THANKS for your attention.

>> > Is that brown residue the evidence of dipping on the Barber? That 29S
>> > is
>> > tempting.

 
 
 

FA: Type Coins Part 3 with 20 and 25 Cent

Post by don't loo » Sun, 02 Sep 2007 08:47:27



Quote:
> Howdy;

> My apologies.

> This is what I look for.

> Most dipped coins will show hairlines in the fields usually
> requiring a minimum of 10X magnification to see clearly.

> These lines are generally short but usually consistent in running
> in one direction.  It happens where the acid from the cleaner
> etches the coin underneath the toning that the dipping removes.

> Some toning is very hard to remove with dipping and the coin
> luster will look flat if dipped to often.

> Usually another giveaway is that genuine luster has a softness
> to it, toned luster does not.

> Best regards

> Dan



> > Sorry,I was just asking how you can tell.



> >> Howdy;

> >> As stated in the description it (to me) has definately
> >> been dipped.

> >> Regards and THANKS

> >> Dan





> >> >> Howdy;

> >> >> For auction a 20 cent piece and several quarters Bust through
Standing
> >> >> Liberty.
> >> >> Ends next wednesday afternoon/evening.

> >> >> Also a few lots of cull Indian Cents ends tomorrow (Friday) plus
three
> >> >> slabbed Commems  Connecticut (ANACS MS60) plus Boone and Texas
> >> >> (both PCGS MS65) ending Sunday.

> >> >> http://easyurl.net/coinenthusiast

> >> >> As always my THANKS for your attention.

> >> > Is that brown residue the evidence of dipping on the Barber? That 29S
> >> > is
> >> > tempting.

ThanksDan.That was a good explanation.I like to know these things.Some are
very obvious I know.Like a bright silver 1840 obviously worn coin.But,
things get harder when you're talking high AU,low BU.To me anyway. Thanks
again.Pete