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It looks plated. But it can also be a high school science experiment where kids dipped the coins in mercury and they turn out like that. Mercury EATS gold, so keep jewelry away from it.
Bill in Burl
momofjbsl wrote:Whilst going through some of the coins we have saved I came across a 1962 penny that is the exact colour of a nickel. Did someone just dip in it something? I'm attaching the best pics I could get.
Thanks for your help.
did use ever have a 1954 nickel with far and near leaf ,i just sent one to errorman hope to hear back soon