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Will you be at the Orlando show tommorw? If so which table?0September 14, 2018 8:30PM
This is exactly what I wished for in my discussion asking to share info from each member's profession to aid numismatists. THANKS!
May I have permission to copy and post it into that discussion?
Sure, if you think that it's helpful. I keep forgetting sometimes that not everyone knows about some of this stuff. Regards, Jerry0September 3, 2018 2:20PM
Hi Insider. Just so you know - lacquer thinners have many different sources, are not standardized, and in most cases they can include whatever slop solvent might be available to throw into the batch, as long as the final batch meets some general specs including boiling range and specific gravity. When I was doing QC testing on these products, there was never any testing that included solubility or corrosivity. Unless things have changed (and maybe they have), a lacquer thinner is one of the lesser quality solvents and is usually priced accordingly. Regards, Jerry0September 2, 2018 4:06PM
I really am mentally disabled and my scores are third grade level so what is so all not good about that ?
And from someone who is himself disabiled ...
Yea it really is the end of the world0August 22, 2018 8:18PM
This image is not good. Post your original question and image of the coin on the U.S Coin Forum so others can reply.0August 22, 2018 4:58PM
I am mentally handicapped & working with a 3rd grade level across the board academically.
But coins are not math or English grammar & I love researching how what is etched in stone so to speak happened.
After the things I have seen photos able to do I almost never try to peek a coin unless I can have it in my hands.
I will see if I can add some photos of the nickel that will I hope let you see why I raised my hands and asked for help.0August 22, 2018 4:53PM