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Renaissance Wax

Renaissance Wax
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Price $9.50 
Model RenWax - 1
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Renaissance Wax

"Renaissance Wax polish from England has been the #1 choice of major art galleries, museums, and institutions for the preservation of their precious pieces.
The British Museum approved manufacture of this wax for its own use and for distribution to the public. That "perfect wax" is now available internationally under the name RENAISSANCE WAX."
Ren Wax will not only preserve your ancient coins, but it will also somewhat darken and bring out your coin's patina to a very lucious appearnce, as seen in the attached photos.
Many other dealers sell similar One Ounce amounts at $15 or more. Yikes! Talk about mark-ups! Good grief... Instead, we're offering the same for only $9.50 per ounce.
This One Ounce vial will last you for a very long me! ;-)
Note the difference in the two pix seen below of a very crappy semi-cleaned coin. Imagine what this wax will do for your perfectly cleaned coin!
Cool, huh?


Renaissance Wax


by Garry Higgins Date Added: Saturday 22 September, 2012
I am on my second canister of Renaissance Wax over a period of approximately four years of steady DAILY use. The light "tip of your finger" amount necessary to seal your coins from corrosion provides a brilliant depth to the patina, and cleanses away years of "cabinet toning", aka, dirt is unrivaled. I have been informed that the Royal Institute of Coins (RIC) uses the same product to seal their coins prior to laying them up for display. A very small touch of your finger to lightly dampen it, applied gently to both sides of your cleaned coin, and then either buffed with a Dremel nylon or soft clean fabric will bring out the brilliance of your coins. This is an excellent method to prepare coins prior to inserting them into flips for display or sale. I always have one can open and one can on standby...but one will last for years and years. Remember, just a slight touch is all it takes, lightly touch the wax and apply to both sides and buff away. If you require second coat, allow the first to dry, rebuff the coin (the coin won't take the insult personally - didn't see that coming), and lightly apply a second light coat and buff it again...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars [5 of 5 Stars]
by ROBERT DYER Date Added: Saturday 10 August, 2013
An absolutely essential product. Cheap to buy, simple to use yet makes an enormous difference to a finished coin's appearance. It gives a dull coin an attractive sheen that evens out small differences in a coin's appearance. I use it on all my finished coins...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars [5 of 5 Stars]
by John Feaster Date Added: Monday 16 September, 2013
A wonderful product! It really brings out the luster and detail of my nicest coins. almost 10 dollars seems like a lot for a single ounce, but remember...just a dab is all that's needed. A trace on the finger is enough for any coin...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars [5 of 5 Stars]
by Didier Calin Date Added: Tuesday 20 January, 2015
a product whose efficiency doesn't need to be proven anymore, but it's still amazing to watch the result...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars [5 of 5 Stars]

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