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From the photo, there is a very strong chance the doubling is flat strike or machine doubling. Many of the coins that people think are doubled dies on coins are actually strike or machine doubling. The
Hey Dave, Potassium Dichromate is a strong oxidizer, and toxic to humans...dust from sanding, liquid vapors, skin toxicity, and environmental toxicity are all concerns. Wikipedia has a good entry about
Hi Again Jody None of my info changes if this is veneer, contrary to what some people think, stripping will not harm veneer. Most definately avoid sandpaper if this is veneer.(Avoid it anyway LOL).
I am sorry but I am a seed bead artist and I have never used the pliers you are asking about. I did some searching and I found a couple sites for you http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6sYsehOzzM http://jewelrymaking
Carol: The attached photos do not enlarge well, but from what I see, the coin appears damaged, and not an error. It's really hard to give expert opinion without seeing the actual coin. The slightly