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  1. I use a large pair of pliers to break off one of the top corners. Then I use a flat blade screwdriver around the edges to pry it apart. It usually snaps apart after a few twists without getting close to the coin. The band saw seems like the best choice if you have access to one.
  2. Alan, Great job on the video! You should definitely do more.
  3. Are you guys aware that the certification database is down? I didn't see any alerts or postings notifying users of maintenance. I first experienced that it was down on Thursday night. I've been trying to add several new world coins to my registry sets and keep getting the "invalid certification" message. Also get "Certification database is currently unavailable. Please try again later" when I try to verify any NGC coin. Thanks, Phil