Gold-plated metal rim, 2x magnification, Ø 80 mm
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This very finely woven coin polishing cloth will make your coins shine again. The polishing cloth is impregnated to make heavy dirt and tarnishing disappear with easy rubbing. Also suitabale for cleaning jewellery and cutlery. Product is not washable. We do not recommend polishing for “proof” or “proof-like” coin imprints. In order to preserve their condition, these types of coins should remain untouched.
The catalog “Livonian coins of the 13th-18th centuries” is divided into two parts “Part I: Feudal States” and “Part II: Kingdoms”.
The second part includes money minted or put into circulation in Estonia, Livonia and Courland until the end of the 18th century during the Polish-Lithuanian, Swedish and Russian governments.
The format of the catalog is A4. Directories are hardcover. The second part is 352 pages and contains over 1000 photos. The author is Gunnar Haljak, published in 2011.
The catalog is in English and the prices are in euros. The names of the rulers and cities in the catalog are German based on the historical background. In the case of cities, the modern name is used as the second choice. The most important texts are also given in German, Russian, Swedish, Latvian and Estonian.
Cleaning baths with high-quality substances for instant and gentle removal of oxidation on coins.
How it works: Submerge coins for some minutes into the bath (the duration depends on the used cleaning bath and the level of oxidation; for more details, please read the instructions of the specific product), afterwards rinse thoroughly and gently pat dry with a soft cloth (do not rub!).
With child-safe lid. Contents 7 Fl oz (150 ml).
CLEANING BATH FOR SILVER COINS
This cleaning bath removes oxidation from tarnished silver coins. This bath should only be used to clean coins, which are oxidized or tarnished. Cleaning coins, which are just dirty but not tarnished, is not recommended. The bath can be used to clean a
number of coins at once. Make sure that the coins do not touch each other. It is not suitable for coins made of gold or other metals. Place the coins into the basket and lower into the bath. Coins with low levels of oxidation will be clean after 1 minute, whereas more oxidized coins take 3 to 5 minutes. For extreme tarnishing (e.g. on coins which have been buried), coins can be left for up to 10 minutes, however this requires constant supervision and the coins should be removed as soon as the
oxidation has been removed. Hard deposits can be gently removed with a soft brush (toothbrush with natural bristles) and green rust with a sponge; after removal dip briefly in the bath again. After cleaning, take out the basket with the coins and rinse under running water. Then gently pat the coins dry with a soft cloth – do not rub. Remove liquid after use. The bath contains acids, which may attack stainless steel (i.e. sinks) and other acid-sensitive surfaces; please take care when using it.
Caution irritant! Keep away from eyes, skin, and mucous membranes. In case of contact, rinse thoroughly with water. Keep away from children.
Contains: phosphoric acid / fattyalcohol polyglycolether, C 10-16, ethoxylated, propoxylated. Contains, according to Regulation (EC) 648/2004: < 5% non-ionic surfactants, CITRONELLOL, scents.