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Then some gentle rubbing with fingers or a very soft old tooth brush.

Cleaning And Preservation Of Coins And Medals By DURST If you can find this book it is a fantastic reference. Never clean any coin or relic that you think may be valuable. I most often will start with a bath in Olive Oil for a few days its a very mild way to loosen the crud on a copper coin.

Material deposits on the sacrifice piece, in this case scrap stainless steel, and heavier chunks of rust fall away.

The solution is just tap water with something added to make it conduct electricity, I use baking soda.

As the rust makes a very poor connector, you will need to file or chip away a small spot on the iron so that the clip connects directly to the metal.To clean a larger piece, such as an artillery shell or a rifle, resize the container to fit the piece; a rifle could bedone in a long trough of plastic pipe.Some use battery chargers, but there’s more risk ofshock.Also, with a higher amperage battery charger, you could damage the artifact ifyou use too high a setting.I can let the milliampere transformers go for days without worry that it will damage the artifact, remember that I am only using electrolysis on iron objects.My container holds about a gallon of water, to which I add about a quarter cup of baking soda. You should be able to tell in a few hours if you are set up correctly, as bubbles forming on the rusted object will cause the rust to loosen and drop off.If you have a good connection but nothing happens try reversing the connections.If you did this with a silver or copper coin you could fry it in a matter of minutes.Prepared the transformer by removing the plug from the end of the wire and attaching alligator clips to the two ends.They provided reviews, comments or other support including images or buttons for the examples shown.Potential labeling issues or suggested improvements should be directed to the Button Country team at Contact Us.

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  1. Cleaning Tips. Below are some of my cleaning tips and also some great methods from G. M. Doc Watson, Don Hartman and Dave Wise. Most of my methods started with a great book. Cleaning And Preservation Of Coins And Medals By DURST. If you can find this book it is a fantastic reference. Here's the standard blurp.

  2. Days ago. Metal detecting a colonial homesite or two in this video. I find a nice colonial copper coin, some buttons and buckles and other relics. I also find a stone Indian hammer or two. This was an exploratory metal detecting expedition searching for relic rich sites. I also see some wildlife to include a poor bunny that.

  3. Reproduction Colonial Buttons. The American Soldier's uniform coat had an average of 44 large buttons, from 7/8” to 1” in diameter. This is the most common type of the American soldier's button that have been recovered, probably dating from the establishment of the Continental Army by congress in July of 1775. $3.50.

  4. MASSACHUSETTS ORDINANCE BUTTONS OF 1778, 7TH REGIMENT, AMO7F, 17mm, turret shank, 7 within partial circle, made in France and. 8701A - 14TH FRENCH REGIMENT, New Item 17mm, turret shank brass, Agenois Regiment, fought at siege of Pensacola, Savannah, Florida, Yorktown, not date as to.

  5. The purpose of these pages is to provide visual examples for Other Material buttons as defined in Section 15 in the NBS Classification Guide1 Blue Book. Each example is. 15-1 Colonial Transition Pin Shank. 3 Warren K. Tice - Dating Buttons, A Chronology of Button Types, Makers, Retailers & Their Backmarks, 2003.

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