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2005-P 5C Lewis & Clark

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  • KiloBay
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    I thank you both for your keen observations. I was considering this one to be sent to the graders but I did weight this on this morning and it came in at 4.93g, well within specs I take it and I consider both of your opinions to be dead on and I will just let this one go back to the wild.

    Thanks again, this is an amazing awesome service Coneca provides

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  • mustbebob
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    It does appear to have been left in the elements or buried at one time and we are seeing environmental damage. This can not be cleaned up without causing more damage.

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  • HeartWith02
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    It looks like a damaged circulated coin to me. I see corrosion with verdigris on the rev.

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  • KiloBay
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    2005-P 5C Lewis & Clark

    Hello Gentleman, I always thought this coin was just corroding but after taking a closer look. I wanted to ask if this could be a planchet error? or can this be cleaned somehow?
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