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Coloring from the oxidation of a coin’s metal caused by a reaction with the cloth bag the coin was stored in.
Refers to the multi-colored, rainbow-like toning on a coin’s surface, especially of a silver coin.
Mint Set toning
Term referring to toning acquired by coins after years of storage in the original holders as packaged by the mint.
Uneven toning, usually characterized by splotchy areas of drab colors. See also toning.
Referring to any aspect of a coin that retains its original state. Original toning means natural, not retoned or cleaned. Original luster means undisturbed luster that has not been enhanced through artificial methods.
The formation of oxides or tarnish on the surface of a coin, token or medal from exposure to the environment. See also toning.
Synonym for toning.
Toning which is usually seen on silver dollars stored in bags. A full spectrum of colors is represented; beginning with yellow, then green, to red, to blue, and sometimes even black.
Term used for coins with rings of coloring that fade toward the center, creating the effect of an archery target.
The toning is caused by sulfur in the paper reacting with coins stored in original Mint paper.