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Preacherman
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I've attemtped several searches and either used the wrong combination of words, or didn't find anything that addresses my quesiton. If there is another thread that deals with this, please point me in the right direction.

I recently picked up an Alchemist's Phantasy set and really love the routine. Here's my dilemma...I can't tell if two of the coins are rubbing off on one another (and I could just wipe them down or polish them a bit) or if one of the coins is losing its finish?

Any ideas? I know I'm being a bit vague, I'll PM anyone that might need specifics to better answer my question.

Thanks.

JD
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The coins are just Plated,----So The plating could just be coming off!!!
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Preacherman
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David,

That's what I thought, and I didn't want to polish them at all and rub even more off Smile

Guess I'll have to treat them a bit more carefully...and might have to try to figure out how to replate or renew the finish someday.

Thanks.

JD
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Yea all the one I have ever seen are Poorly Made! Smile If you can find a Some who does repleting That would be best! Smile
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