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HI Guys I Have Halfpennies That Had A White Appoxy Resin, Was It Preservativ

 
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I have uploaded another coin that had epoxy too
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Don't know the answer but welcome to the community.
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Actually that looks more like the leftovers from a cleaning. One way to check is to see if it will come out with a toothpick. In the past many coins had a clear lacquer applied to protect the surface.
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the toothpick might help clean the debris as mentioned above, just be gentle
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