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Carebit (CARE) Historical Price & Volume Charts
|Mkt. Cap||USD 36,903||Volume 24H||USD 271|
|Mkt. Share||0.00 %||Available Supply||113,530,131|
|Change % (1H)||0.20 %||Max Supply||250,000,000|
|Change % (24H)||0.87 %||Total Supply||117,913,803|
|Change % (7D)||-26.34 %||Proof|
|Algorithm||Upated: 5 months ago|
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How to Handle and Care for your Rare Coins
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Carebit (CARE) Reviews & Critics
David and Jay from Covina Coin and Jewelry in Covina California demonstrate a few ways to handle coins. We use a few different coin storage devices as well ....
- so, five seconds after you finish rambling on about only picking up coins by the edges, you pick up a coin with your fat thumb right on the face. Good going, LOL
- It was my understanding that pure acetone is different than nail polish remover that contains other chemicals and nail conditioners that will damage your coins. Is that right?
- I will tell you from experience, breathing on a coin is an unmentioned danger... I bought what looked to be BU coins back in the day (about 30 years ago), stored them for decades, after which they developed spots...most likely from the breath/droplets deposited by whomever during handling the raw coin. I have long since handled all raw coins while looking through a pane of glass... Also, I personally made the horrifying mistake of dipping a proof Franklin half dollar that was tarnished, and the process removed the high points of the "frosting" which probably would have earned the coin a "cameo" grade prior to my blunder ! So I do echo your sentiments about avoiding the dip!
- I have a 436 yr old six pence silver coin. What capsule/holder do you recommend?