We are proud to exhibit at these 2019 shows:

WHUD 100.7 Family Fun Festival: March 23 (Fundraiser at Pace U.)

Hartford/Cromwell: Feb 17, Apr. 28, Jul 21, Sep 15, Nov 17; Danbury: Mar 24; Mt. Kisco: Jun 9

Chicago World's Fair of Money: Aug 13-17 Where Marc will receive his 25-year A.N.A. member medal and pin!

We are proud to exhibit at these 2019 shows:

WHUD 100.7 Family Fun Festival: March 23 (Fundraiser at Pace U.)

Hartford/Cromwell: Feb 17, Apr. 28, Jul 21, Sep 15, Nov 17; Danbury: Mar 24; Mt. Kisco: Jun 9

Chicago World's Fair of Money: Aug 13-17 Where Marc will receive his 25-year A.N.A. member medal and pin!

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Questions and Answers

Q. Included in a modest coin collection I inherited is an uncirculated silver dollar that has a bronze like patina, which I'm told is OK. However, there is also a bit of green. Should that be removed? How may I safely do so? thank you -- Mike B.

Asked by Michael B. on Mar 4, 2018

Dear Michael,

That's like asking a dentist the safe way to fill your own cavity. Odds are an untrained person will do irreversible damage. If the "green" corrosion is very light it may be salvageable. If it's a valuable piece. I offer conservation services that may be worth it. To illustrate: I was doing an appraisal for a lawyer in Bronxville who purchased a commercial coin product over the Internet to clean an uncirculated 1884-S Morgan Dollar, which had a value of $7,000. His efforts removed the toning and rendered it into a "details" coin worth $200.

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