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    You can still acces the pages if you know the correct URLs. The links have just been disabled. Here's one I saved that you might find of interest; http://www.michael-coins.co.uk/britishcoins/britishlist.htm
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    English language is getting harder and harder for me these days...still trying to learn. From start of this thread it is more like a passion for football like passion for politics and passion for raw and slab coins it is like debate in all isshhh language .English or Scottish At least i know the debate in slab coins that is enough for me.
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    I think it depends on how well the dipping solution has been washed off and also how well it was dipped. Over-dipped coins stay a lifeless colour, slightly dipped and they tone with a bit of colour in 5 or 6 years.