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1967 Washington Quarter. Any Idea Why It Looks Like This Please?

 
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acid?
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to CCF. Agreed,acid damage.
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Acid trip. Far out.



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@tin, yes acid. It should be substantially below mint spec on the weight.
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As has been said - acid - specifically Nitric acid. I used to do this when teaching my chemistry classes to give the students an object lesson for remembering nitric acid dissolves metals.
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A little longer soak and it would have ended up looking like a dissolved Alka Seltzer. LOL
Even silver can be disolved:

(It is the sliver on the right, of the first image)
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