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1976-S Washington Quarter

1976-S Washington Quarter PCGS PR67 Monster Toned

1976-S Washington Quarter (1776-1976 commemorative): PCGS TrueView, PR67
Tone Type: Monster Toning on Obverse and on Reverse

1941-S Lincoln Cent

1941-S Lincoln Cent PCGS AU58BN Toned

1941-S lincoln Cent: PCGS TrueView, AU58BN
Tone Type: Multi-Color, Purple, Blue and Red on Obverse and Reverse

1942 Lincoln Cent

1942 Lincoln Cent PCGS MS-65RB Toned

1942 lincoln Cent: PCGS TrueView, MS-65RB
Tone Type: Beautiful Red’s and Brown’s on Obverse and on Reverse

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Coin Toning Basics

Coin toning is patina or simply put it’s oxidation that forms on coins. Oxidation can have an appearance in many variations of colors and shades. Usually different metal types may have different color formations. Gold, silver nickel, copper and other metals will have many of those variations. Does toning effect the value of the coin?

1963 Franklin Half Dollar

This is a Franklin Half Dollar minted from 1948 through 1963

1958 Franklin Half

1958 Franklin Half Dollar

This is a Franklin Half Dollar minted from 1948 through 1963

1959 Washington Quarter

1959 Washington Quarter PCGS MS-65 Toned

1959 Washington Quarter: PCGS Truview Certified, MS65
Tone Type: Beutiful toning on Obverse and rim toning on Reverse

1942 Lincoln Cent PCGS MS-64 BN Toned

1942 Lincoln Cent PCGS MS-64 BN Toned

1942 lincoln Cent: PCGS TrueView, MS-64 BN
Tone Type: Beautiful Green, Brown and red on Obverse and Nice Even Copper and Brown Color on Reverse

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1922 Peace Dollar PCGS with Trueview

1922 Peace Dollar PCGS with Trueview

Peace Dollar The story about the Amercian silver Peace Dollar. Minted in United States of America in 1921-1928 and 1935 in the time when silver was going for     Research more on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_dollar

1922 Peace Dollar PCGS with Trueview

Peace Dollar The story about the Amercian silver Peace Dollar. Minted in United States of America in 1921-1928 and 1935 in the time when silver was going for     Research more on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_dollar

1976-S Washington Quarter PCGS PR67 Monster Toned

1976-S Washington Quarter (1776-1976 commemorative): PCGS TrueView, PR67
Tone Type: Monster Toning on Obverse and on Reverse

1941-S Lincoln Cent PCGS AU58BN Toned

1941-S lincoln Cent: PCGS TrueView, AU58BN
Tone Type: Multi-Color, Purple, Blue and Red on Obverse and Reverse

1942 Lincoln Cent PCGS MS-65RB Toned

1942 lincoln Cent: PCGS TrueView, MS-65RB
Tone Type: Beautiful Red’s and Brown’s on Obverse and on Reverse

Coin Toning Basics

Coin toning is patina or simply put it’s oxidation that forms on coins. Oxidation can have an appearance in many variations of colors and shades. Usually different metal types may have different color formations. Gold, silver nickel, copper and other metals will have many of those variations. Does toning effect the value of the coin?

1963 Franklin Half Dollar

This is a Franklin Half Dollar minted from 1948 through 1963

1958 Franklin Half Dollar

This is a Franklin Half Dollar minted from 1948 through 1963

1959 Washington Quarter PCGS MS-65 Toned

1959 Washington Quarter: PCGS Truview Certified, MS65
Tone Type: Beutiful toning on Obverse and rim toning on Reverse

1942 Lincoln Cent PCGS MS-64 BN Toned

1942 lincoln Cent: PCGS TrueView, MS-64 BN
Tone Type: Beautiful Green, Brown and red on Obverse and Nice Even Copper and Brown Color on Reverse

1922 Peace Dollar PCGS with Trueview

Peace Dollar The story about the Amercian silver Peace Dollar. Minted in United States of America in 1921-1928 and 1935 in the time when silver was going for     Research more on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_dollar

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1922 Peace Dollar PCGS with Trueview

Peace Dollar The story about the Amercian silver Peace Dollar. Minted in United States of America in 1921-1928 and 1935 in the time when silver was going for     Research more on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_dollar

1976-S Washington Quarter PCGS PR67 Monster Toned

1976-S Washington Quarter (1776-1976 commemorative): PCGS TrueView, PR67
Tone Type: Monster Toning on Obverse and on Reverse

1941-S Lincoln Cent PCGS AU58BN Toned

1941-S lincoln Cent: PCGS TrueView, AU58BN
Tone Type: Multi-Color, Purple, Blue and Red on Obverse and Reverse

1942 Lincoln Cent PCGS MS-65RB Toned

1942 lincoln Cent: PCGS TrueView, MS-65RB
Tone Type: Beautiful Red’s and Brown’s on Obverse and on Reverse

Coin Toning Basics

Coin toning is patina or simply put it’s oxidation that forms on coins. Oxidation can have an appearance in many variations of colors and shades. Usually different metal types may have different color formations. Gold, silver nickel, copper and other metals will have many of those variations. Does toning effect the value of the coin?

1963 Franklin Half Dollar

This is a Franklin Half Dollar minted from 1948 through 1963

1922 Peace Dollar PCGS with Trueview

Peace Dollar The story about the Amercian silver Peace Dollar. Minted in United States of America in 1921-1928 and 1935 in the time when silver was going for     Research more on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_dollar

1922 Peace Dollar PCGS with Trueview

Peace Dollar The story about the Amercian silver Peace Dollar. Minted in United States of America in 1921-1928 and 1935 in the time when silver was going for     Research more on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_dollar

Coin Toning Basics

Coin toning is patina or simply put it’s oxidation that forms on coins. Oxidation can have an appearance in many variations of colors and shades. Usually different metal types may have different color formations. Gold, silver nickel, copper and other metals will have many of those variations. Does toning effect the value of the coin?

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1922 Peace Dollar PCGS with Trueview

Peace Dollar The story about the Amercian silver Peace Dollar. Minted in United States of America in 1921-1928 and 1935 in the time when silver was going for     Research more on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_dollar

1976-S Washington Quarter PCGS PR67 Monster Toned

1976-S Washington Quarter (1776-1976 commemorative): PCGS TrueView, PR67
Tone Type: Monster Toning on Obverse and on Reverse

1941-S Lincoln Cent PCGS AU58BN Toned

1941-S lincoln Cent: PCGS TrueView, AU58BN
Tone Type: Multi-Color, Purple, Blue and Red on Obverse and Reverse

1942 Lincoln Cent PCGS MS-65RB Toned

1942 lincoln Cent: PCGS TrueView, MS-65RB
Tone Type: Beautiful Red’s and Brown’s on Obverse and on Reverse

Coin Toning Basics

Coin toning is patina or simply put it’s oxidation that forms on coins. Oxidation can have an appearance in many variations of colors and shades. Usually different metal types may have different color formations. Gold, silver nickel, copper and other metals will have many of those variations. Does toning effect the value of the coin?

1963 Franklin Half Dollar

This is a Franklin Half Dollar minted from 1948 through 1963

1958 Franklin Half Dollar

This is a Franklin Half Dollar minted from 1948 through 1963

1959 Washington Quarter PCGS MS-65 Toned

1959 Washington Quarter: PCGS Truview Certified, MS65
Tone Type: Beutiful toning on Obverse and rim toning on Reverse

Franklin Half

1942 Lincoln Cent PCGS MS-64 BN Toned

1942 lincoln Cent: PCGS TrueView, MS-64 BN
Tone Type: Beautiful Green, Brown and red on Obverse and Nice Even Copper and Brown Color on Reverse

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