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Coin Polishing Cloth

$5.99

This finely woven, fleecy coin polishing cloth leaves your tarnished coins bright and shiny again. The cloth has been treated to make dirt or tarnishing
disappear with gentle rubbing. Also suitable for jewelry, watches, and utensils.

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Description

This finely woven, fleecy coin polishing cloth leaves your tarnished coins bright and shiny again. The cloth has been treated to make dirt or tarnishing
disappear with gentle rubbing. Also suitable for jewelry, watches, and utensils.

IMPORTANT: The polishing cloth is perfect for “used” coins from circulation. However, ancient or proof coins as well as any coins that may be submitted
for grading should generally not be cleaned or altered in any way. Please consult a reputable coin dealer for professional advice.

For objects that are unsuitable for polishing using this polishing cloth, we recommend the LEUCHTTURM coin cleaners or vibration cleaner.

Additional information

Weight 0.014 kg
Dimensions 13.5 x 10 x 0.3 cm

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