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20 Jan 2020

Cleaning coins Q

| user_71530

If a Kennedy 1964 half dollar is cleaned, how much of does its numismatic value go down a lot or a little?

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xaviera

Level 2

how should I know

Mike B

Level 6

Knock it off you have been reportated.

xaviera

Level 2

anyways cool blog

xaviera

Level 2

hmm..

xaviera

Level 2

I am not sure but I agree

Golfer

Level 3

I bought some 1964 Kennedy half dollars recently. If there circulated I don't really care if they were cleaned or not, I buy them just for the silver. I don't know why someone would clean a 1964 unless they wanted to make it appear like it was not circulated. I have seen cleaned Morgans and Kennedy half's and would only purchase for the silver value. It's really a shame how many coins have been cleaned and I just avoid them if they are certified.

JudeA

Level 4

Honestly, with most silver coins, they are worth bullion value only. If you clean it then it certainly becomes bullion value only.

Mokester

Level 5

Never Clean A Coin. It's OK to buy a cleaned coin as long as your satisfied and you understand it is cleaned before your purchase. If you later sell the coin, and it's not already in a slab indicating it has been cleaned, by all means let the buyer know the coin has been cleaned.

Longstrider

Level 6

Bullion value only. That is the main reason a slabbed coin will get a Details condition label. Thanks. Don't do it.

Mike B

Level 6

Any coin cleaned looses value. How do you know it's cleaned?

"SUN"

Level 5

A lot, might as well figure, bullion value.

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