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1897 Indian Cent Odd Coloring Maybe Lamination Too?

 
 
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It might have been cleaned at some point of its life, because the color is not the same on both sides.
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That's glue on the rev. Soak it in acetone it will come off.
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Thanks wasn't sure looked more steel color than copper
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Is there any depth to the potential de-lam area or is it just on the surface then most likely glue as stated in another post?

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