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Will conservation remove this black rust?


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My only older maundy coin and I really love this one - the details are amazing, almost no sign of wear, but it has a lot of black rust, though it has not effected the details in areas covered (hard to show in photos), thinking of adding it to my next batch to NGC for fun, just wondering if anyone has experience of conservation on this kind of black rust? Thanks in advanced.



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Probably the answer you will expect but potentially; I have put numerous coins in for conservation then grading and sometimes they conserve and sometime they decided it’s not best for the coin. In terms of black rusty type spots this article may give a better indication: https://www.ngccoin.com/news/article/8926/NCS-coin-conservation/

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