I pulled out a group of coins that i have been soaking in distilled water for about a month to clean today and about half of them seem to have developed this greenish hue. I had
received a couple of coins this colour in my uncleaned lots but when ever I did the scratching
test with a tooth pick
, it seemed way to hard for bronze disease
Today when I tested one coin the green covering came off pretty easy. It wasn't dusty like coming off but more scratched off. I do have some Gringotts
BD killer whihch I am ready to use. Also if I do use the chemical, do I do the whole batch that was soaking together to stop one that shows no effects today from getting infected later.
I just want to guage everyones opionion that this is potentially bronze disease
and I should go through with the killer, or am I looking at a soft patina
. I havent had
to deal with Bronze disease
before, so learning as I go here.