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Look how dirty and corroded these coins are. They're from a cavern wishing well. Many were actually encased in limestone. After going through our world-class cleaning process, 100% of them were accepted by a bank except 1 foreign coin. Then we sent the customer a check for their bankable value minus a small fee. : This shipment of corroded coins contained mostly quarters and nickels, some dimes, very few penny (cent) pieces, and miscellaneous debris. Some, like the nickel at left-center looked almost fine, while most were heavily corroded, tarnished, and dirty. If you have a few pounds or more (up to thousands of pounds) of old coins like this, why wrestle with cleaning them yourself? It's a lot of work. Our process took years to develop.

This was a large batch of quarters corroded by salt water sent to us in 5 gallon buckets. Rocks, sand, and pieces of metal were mixed with the shipment, and that's ok. We accept coins in any condition. You don't need to sort them by denomination or prepare them in any way. Just send non-bankable, unsorted, mixed, wet, dirty, rusty, corroded, old coins to us as-is. We will take care of the rest. --- Are you a city park manager or work for an airport, amusement park, casino, cemetery, college, faire, festival, hospital, hotel, museum, restaurant, spa, university, or zoo with wishing wells, fountains, or other water features. Coins tossed in corrode becoming a maintenance hassle. We specialize in cleaning and restoring tarnished, old coins to a bankable condition. Send them as-is; unsorted, dirty, and wet.

Here's what's coming next. Three buckets of "nice and crusty". This picture was taken by a customer in California. I'm really looking forward to seeing these corroded coins in person. Notice how they're mixed with debris : sticks, a rubber band, etc. That's normal. We get it all the time. Don't worry if your coins are like this. Just send them to us as-is.

Fountain coins from New York City were corroded and rusty. But, these dirty, old coins were no match for us! It contained a nice mix of denominations, higher than usual presence of quarters. Coins cleaned up nicely and banked at nearly 100%. Happy customer. : Corroded fountain coins donated to charity. Mostly pennies. We cleaned this small batch in only a few hours, banked them the next day, then sent a check to another satisfied customer. It took years to develop and perfect our coin cleaning process. Make it easy on yourself. Send your rusty, dirty, old coins to us; the premier coin cleaning service in the United States.

I love coin roll hunting! I spent $20 on rolls of nickels & half-dollars and found some great silver coins, plus old coins worth much more than face value.

The wheat penny. I always have to check my coins for a wheat penny. If I have one I put it in my coin tube. :-)