#5582825 - 04/07/1209:42 AMI'm Surprised! posted by DrDarryl
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Just got here
I'm eager to see the conservation results by NCS ...
I submitted a 1959 Official Hawai'i Statehood sterling silver medal (serial number 26) for NCS conservation and NGC grading. I was expecting a details encapsulation as some sort of chemical layering and reaction was occurring on the medal's reverse.
This is the lowest serial number for the medal I have encountered and picked up this prize just for the serial number.
I checked the medal's status. It graded MS-66! Now it's a bigger prize...
Sunrise picture taken at Makapu'u Point on the island of Oah'u
Bid more or post more... tough one...
Outstanding! Congratulations on the medal and thanks for the beautiful photograph of Maui. Having went to Hawaii on several occasions years ago while in the Navy, I hope to visit Hawaii again sometime in the future. Your medal also gives me hope that a medal I currently have awaiting conservation will turn out well. All the best. Gary
#5584103 - 04/07/1206:06 PMRe: I'm Surprised! posted by DrDarryl
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NCS conservation must have done you a great justice. What was the cost for conservation? I was just talking to a pennie nut about sending his better wheats to NCS. He is going to call Tuesday and find a cost on 100 or 200 at a time. He has some dip solution and when I saw the coins that were dipped I told him to start using a professional. I also have him talked into joining the club so he may just end up reading this.---O-K conversation over.