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We welcome you to Coin Zappers.

Coin Zappers has been created to share “Non-Traditional” cleaning methods of Ancient Coins. Although specific emphasis is on electrolysis, we welcome discussion on all methods of cleaning ancient coins and artifacts.

CZ promotes the exploration of cleaning methods and encourages members to share experiences relative to all methods of cleaning Ancient Coins. Everyone is allowed the freedom to express ideas without the fear of reprisal or the fear of being removed from the group for “questionable” cleaning methods. We have created a "Quick Start Guide To Coin Zapping" and the URL is posted below. Please click on the guide to help you get started Zapping right away. We also encourgae you to ask all the quesions you like about any of our cleaning techniques. We are here to help you.

In addition, we welcome input on how and where to buy cleaning items and coins. Please refrain from flame wars or arguments. Please feel free to share your experience with the good the bad and the ugly of chosen cleaning methods. After all we are all here to learn!

Please Click Here to View Coins I have Zapped

Founded by Jerry C. Jones

February 9, 2003

Please check out our sister sites (posted below) and you have a standing invitation to join!

Quick Start Guide to Coin Zapping (The Fast Track to Using Electrolysis)

Ancient Peddler
(Host of the "live" Auctions)

Ancient Coin Trader
(A site to buy and sell ancients!)

Tom's site
(A site with info on zapping and zappers)

Group Information

  • 911
  • Ancient
  • Feb 9, 2003
  • English

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