I'm not sure anyone is going to feel for the coin in its original state.
Seems like you could skip right to the last step (100000 polish) and call it a day.
a lot of time/work
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Why not just put it in a rock tumbler at that point
11.5$ Southern Dollars, The little “Big Easy” set
Wow. Wonder what those labels say on the compounds. “Destroy your coins in just 15 easy steps!”
A lot of work....but it will sell....Coin doctors make profits from their work....Cheers, RickO
It'll draw stupid money on eBay.
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shinny but no cartwheel luster........ looks terrible.
An answer to a question few would ask.
Why didn't he shine up the lizard side? Pmd, not my idea of coin care. Peace Roy
Interesting. I'll have to post pics of my Chain Cent, before and after!
What a lot of work for so little result.
If that was a coin doctor, he ought to have his license revoked.
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If that's a coin doctor, someone should sue him for medical mal-practice.
It looks polished to experienced collectors, but that coin could rip someone.
you need a top grade coin already to make it what????
shiny?????? did anyone count the compounds? and the cost????