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UW metal detector probe / Vibra-Tector 730

Discussion in 'Underwater Treasures' started by Remy B., Oct 25, 2014.

  1. Remy B.

    Remy B. Manta Ray

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    Location: Rotterdam
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    these are local current currency they are worth there local price, it is nothing collectible for numismatists, I will keep searching and after I collect a lot clean the coins and buy some other gear for diving.
     
  2. Zerovis

    Zerovis PADI Pro

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    The easiest way to clean silver is baking soda Aluminium foil and boiling water ,
    put the foil in the bottom of a heat resistant container place what your cleaning on it and cover with baking soda , I am sure there is a correct amount but its cheep so not too worried if I use a bit much , then pour in boiling water . its worth noting you should not do this in the house as it smells . after about 20 min or when it has cooled down give them a scrub with an old tooth brush or nail brush.

    As mentioned above you should only clean coins that have no value other then the silver otherwise you will probably destroy their value.
     

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