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    Koako se mogu očistiti bakarni novčići od zemlje a da se ne oštete.



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    Destilovana voda, maslinovo ulje i rastvor calgona u vodi. Mada mislim da s ovim poslednjim treba biti jako obazriv, moze da unisti patinu. I pazljivo biran alat, nista ostro, grubo, sto moze da izgrebe novcic. Ma cekaj, evo nesto opsirnije pa citaj: ;-)

    Chemicals: Most of the dirt on your coins will yield to soaks in distilled water or olive oil. Do not use tap water, the chemicals in tap water can harm your coins and destroy any traces of patina that may remain. More encrusted coins will clean up after soaking in olive oil. Use the least expensive oil, not extra virgin. Very persistent dirt can be removed with WD40 and a combination of baking soda and vinegar. These last two should be used only as a last resort as they can change the color of the patina. Vinegar and baking soda can also worsen pitting on already-pitted coin surfaces.

    THE CLEANING PROCESS

    Sort your coins before you start cleaning them. If you are very fortunate, you will have some that will need very little cleaning to be recognizable. Keep these coins in a separate jar as they will not need much work. If you only have a few coins, put them in a small dish or baby food jar and cover with distilled water. Allow them to soak for an hour or so then pull one out and rub it with your fingers to see if the dirt is softened enough to remove. If your fingers get soiled, use the toothbrush to scrub away at the surface.

    Do this with all the coins, one at a time, rinsing each one in more distilled water and drying carefully with paper towels. Examine each coin under magnification, either a hand lens, magnifying light, or stereo microscope. Some of your coins might be pretty clean just from the water soak. If they are still encrusted with dirt, a longer soaking, over night or for several days, in fresh distilled water might do the trick. Repeat the soaking, scrubbing, rinsing, and drying a second time.

    Coins that are still encrusted with dirt and corrosion should now be put in olive oil. Use a container that has a tightly fitting lid so that you don’t spill the oil accidentally. Dirty olive oil is very messy to clean up. Let your coins soak in the oil for a day or more. You can pull them out, brush them with the toothbrush and blot with paper towels, and examine them under magnification. As the dirt comes off, remove the clean coins from the oil but return the still-dirty ones for more soaking.

    As the dirt and corrosion comes off the coins you should be able to see images and inscriptions. If, as you work your way through the cleaning process, you can’t see anything you may have to accept that you have a worn-out slug, a coin that has been through many hands and all the images are rubbed smooth. Fifty years of constant circulation is enough to remove most vestiges of relief from a coin.

    Patina is not present on all coins. It is a coating that develops on metal after many years of use. It can be greenish, brownish, or grayish in color and many collectors consider it one of the beauties of ancient coins. A coin with excellent patina can be forgiven a slightly worn image, for instance. NEVER do anything to a coin that will remove the patina or change its original color.

    Coins that show good images, patina, and some inscription are worth a more careful examination under magnification. Here is where you will want to start picking with a toothpick or dead rose thorn. Work carefully under magnification and try to dislodge bits of corrosion from between letters and around details. If you have a hot glue gun, plug it in and drop a glob of glue on the coin. When it hardens, lift the glue off and a lot of dirt will go with it.
    METHODS TO AVOID

    Do not be tempted to use metal brushes, rock tumblers, dremel tools, or ultrasonic cleaners. All of these methods will result in smooth, shiny, metal slugs, NOT attributable coins. Also avoid the use of harsh chemicals. Experts make use of formic acid, sulfuric acid, and silver nitrate but in the hands of a beginner these chemicals can ruin coins and cause injury.

    Srecno u ciscenju i otkrivanju novcica. To je najlepsi i najzanimljiviji deo posla.

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    sok od limuna

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    rastvor vode i soda bikarbone i nezna lanena krpica

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    obicna kisjela voda /isprati/pa polirati ako treba

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    Koji metodi i rastvori su najbolji za čišćenje starih novčića? Ako neko zna neki sajt. Hvala!

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    Nema rastvora , novcici se ciste ili vodom od zemlja ili mehanicki od tvrdih naslaga. To je zanat i potrebno je dosta strpljenja da se novcic ocisti kako valja a ne osteti pri tome.
    Upravo pokrecem temu na antikvarnica.com/forum o konzervaciji pa svrati tamo za dan dva , bice dosta za citanje.
    Pozdrav

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    Hvala, svraticu. Pozdrav

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    Citat Original postavio 0618 Pogledaj poruku
    Koji metodi i rastvori su najbolji za čišćenje starih novčića? Ako neko zna neki sajt. Hvala!
    metal se chisti od korozije i drugih stvari koje se vremenom taloze,
    najcheshce elektrolizom. to je slozen postupak i znam da narodni muzej radi to.

    za neshto pribliznije ne bih zala da ti kazem

    pozdrav!

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