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 What is coin cladding?

Answer Coin cladding is the process of placing a thin layer of one metal over a core composed of another metal. This is used in coin production to make a coin appear to be made of one metal when it is pri... Read More »
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How does brickwork cladding fix onto wall cladding in portal frame buildings?

Answer By using a stainless steel angle support or channel support rail set in concrete Brick work would be placed on these types of support
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How do you take a picture of a coin with a small digital camera so I can get a close up and not the glare the coin is silver I cannot afford special equipment?

Answer Use polarizing plastic sheets you should be able to cut down on the glare reflected back from the coin for photography. You should be able to find something like that a your local museum st... Read More »
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How to Take Advantage of Junk Coin Bins at Coin Shops?

If you've ever visited a coin shop, you've seen them. Dealers like to have bins of mixed foreign coins, oftentimes at around 15-20 cents each. These bins can be a goldmine for bullion and foreign c... Read More »
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How to Simulate a Biased Coin Toss With a Fair Coin?

We often use a coin toss to choose from two equally preferable outcomes, but can also use one to break a three way tie, or in other situations where you want a probability distribution other than 5... Read More »
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