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Melting spotted, and toned coins

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You won't get the spotting. Toning tends to add value to bars, it gives a vintage look. As mentioned you can polish it off but i would not bother.

i have had milky coins melted by Backyard Bullion in the UK to make some pieces for presents. You are basically saying these premium rounds and coins are only worth melt. i doubt that especially the one with toning. i would not be in a hurry to melt these pieces. Unless you are creating a premium bar/art piece by a recognised person, you are likely to lose value.

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