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 Posted 01/04/2016  01:16 am Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add makescents9 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message





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Maybe NICK-O-DATE ?
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The photos and the state of the coin itself make it nearly impossible to tell if this is an overdate. It won't hurt it to nik-o-date it as suggested by by T-Bop. It's worn enough that it would be hard to prove this was an overdate without enhancing that area.
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What is that nic o mean
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It means a product called "Nic a Date", I think
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When you hear of an acid dated Buffalo ,that's what is used. Your LCS Will usually have it, or coin supply co.
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Or you could cook up some on your own...
You need:
-Small glass bowl, like one you use for applesauce
-Vinegar
-Hydrogen Peroxide

Instructions:
Place datless buff into the bottom of the bowl, face up. Pour the vinegar a half inch over the top of the coin, and then pour in hydrogen peroxide until you reach about another half inch. Wait for 2-4 hours. Done!
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I already did that bath
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If you already did that bath, the date should jump off that coin. Maybe try it again. I don't use much peroxide, gives me more control. Would hate for the whole nickel to disappear
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