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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 4, January 22, 2006, Article 23

EXTRACTING ENTOMBED PAPER MONEY

Following the previous discussion on removing coins
embedded in Lucite, Alan Luedeking writes: "I'd like to
take advantage of this inquiry to ask the readership how
to remove a rare bank note from a heat-applied plasticized
tomb, such as you would use on a driver's license or ID
card. Some fool plasticized a note that I would dearly
like to recover, yet no amount of research on my part
thus far has revealed how to dissolve or vaporize the
plastic without harming the paper or inks embedded within.
Help!!"

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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