Small 1973 Kennedy Half dollar is this rare coin
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There is also a way to reduce the size of a real coin - but I forget the details.

Also, the "novelty type fake" is a counterfeit - size does not matter. "Novelty" does not matter. What is said on the piece matters.

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3 hours ago, RWB said:

There is also a way to reduce the size of a real coin - but I forget the details.

Also, the "novelty type fake" is a counterfeit - size does not matter. "Novelty" does not matter. What is said on the piece matters.

:roflmao:

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1 hour ago, numisport said:

Roger do you think that is similar to induction heating processes used in foundry or other industrial works ?

No. The process described uses a magnetic field - heat is only a byproduct. Running the coin near your neighborhood black hole might work, too.....?

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On 1/26/2021 at 1:22 PM, RWB said:

No. The process described uses a magnetic field - heat is only a byproduct. Running the coin near your neighborhood black hole might work, too.....?

But that might also create elongation. 

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5 hours ago, BearlyHereBear said:

Try the dryer on high setting.

Did that to one of my wifes best shirtsback in 2004 and guess what.  i havent had to do the laundry since!!!!

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