Hi Collectors. I decided to put 2 sets together for an upcoming Coin Show, a 1963 proof set and a complete set of circulated Silver Roosevelt Dimes (1946-1964). While I was in the process of prepping for the assembly of these sets I noticed that some of the coins had undesirable characteristics like fingerprints, dirt, gunk, etc… As such I decided to give MS70 a try. MS70 is advertised as a safe detergent for AU or better coins and I wanted to experiment. Now I don’t advocate cleaning investment grade coins however as you can see in this video less valuable coins may be good candidates for MS70 (if used correctly). This. isa very contentious subject in Numismatics. Is it safe or is it ok to clean coins. The answer is “it depends”
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