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Intercept ShieldWashington Statehood Quarters Fifty Coin Date Set1999-2008 Album(3 pages) ISA0082

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All coin albums are lined with Intercept Shield. They are constructed of acid and sulfur-free, high-grade materials. Until now, it has been virtually impossible to keep your valued coins out of harm's way. Corrosive gases in the environment can be found anywhere, and everywhere. They are produced not only by some of the most natural things on earth: such as vegetation, ocean surfaces and wetlands. Even worse, the most common and most potent of these gases - sulfur and chlorine are two of the major causes of metal corrosion.

Before Intercept technology was developed, the three available methods of corrosion protection were volatile corrosion inhibitors (VCIs), activated charcoal and protective oils. However, they all had inherent flaws that could, under certain conditions, lead to marring or corrosion of the metal surfaces they were meant to protect.

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The patented Intercept Shield ™Technology uses a totally unique approach to protecting metals from corrosion. Unlike volatile components or oils, it will not coat the metal's surface. The way Intercept Shield ™ works is by acting as a sacrificial corrosion agent. In other words, when corrosive gases come in contact with the Intercept Shield ™ material, they are instantly neutralized.The Intercept Shield ™ reacts with the gases in a permanent and irreversible chemical reaction, thus actually cleaning the environment around the coin. So ingenious is the technology, that it is statistically improbable for any corrosive gas, including ammonia and ozone, to migrate all the way through the Intercept Shield ™ material without being neutralized by an active corrosion reaction site. Read the proof below and then you will understand the protection this product line provides. The photo is alikeness to the album you will receive. You will receive the album that the title states and all albums come with a slipcase.

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I have the following Intercept Shield Albums and Pages also listed on click on the number for the listing:

  • ISA0190 United States Type Set
  • P501United States Type Set Gold page
  • ISA0010 Indian Head Cents 1857-1909
  • ISA0020 Lincoln Cents with Proof Only Buffalo Nickels 1913-1938
  • ISA0040 Jefferson Nickels with Proof Only Issues 1938-2002
  • ISA0045 Jefferson Nickels 2003-Date
  • ISA0050 Mercury Dimes 1916-1945
  • ISA0060 Roosevelt Dimes with Proof Only Issues 1946-2002
  • ISA0065Roosevelt Dimes 2003-Date
  • ISA0070 Washington Quarters with Proof Only Issues 1932-1998
  • ISA0082 Washington Statehood Quarters Fifty Coin Date Set 1999-2008
  • ISA0081 Washington Statehood Quarters Philadelphia and Denver Mints 1999-2008
  • P503Washington Statehood Quarters Philadelphia and Denver District of Columbia and Territories Page 2009
  • ISA0080 Washington Statehood Quarters with Proof Only Issues 1999-2003
  • ISA0085 Washington Statehood Quarters with Proof Only Issues 2004-2008
  • P502Washington Statehood Quarterswith Proof Only IssuesDistrict of Columbia and Territories Page 2009
  • ISA0090 Liberty Walking Half Dollars 1916-1947
  • ISA0100 Franklin Half Dollars 1948-1963
  • ISA0110 Kennedy Half Dollars 1964-2001
  • ISA0115 Kennedy Half Dollars 2002-Date
  • ISA0120 Morgan Silver Dollars 1878-1890
  • ISA0130 Morgan Silver Dollars 1891-1921
  • ISA0140 Peace Silver Dollars 1921-1935
  • ISA0150 Eisenhower Silver Dollars 1971-1978
  • ISA0170 Susan B. Anthony Dollars with Proof Only Issues 1979-1999
  • ISA0180 Sacagawea Dollars with Proof Only Issues 2000-Date
  • ISA0202 Presidential Dollars Date Set 2007-2016
  • ISA0201 Presidential Dollars Philadelphia and Denver Mints 2007-2016
  • ISA0200 Presidential Dollars with proof only issues 2007-2016
  • ISA0161 American Silver Eagles Mint State Only 1986-2012
  • ISA0160 American Silver Eagles with Proof Only Issues 1986-2003
  • ISA0165 American Silver Eagles with Proof Only Issues 2004-2012

At times some of these might not be available due to availability. We work hard to havethe full inventory of Intercept Shield on hand at all times.

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The ProofIn comparison tests with other methods of corrosion protection, Intercept Shield ™ is clearly the most effective of all those available today. Lucent Technologies tested three different coin albums the results of which, are shown below. This remarkable technology provides 10 years of corrosion protection for each thousandth of an inch thickness, under normally encountered corrosive conditions. To get Intercept Shield ™ products, go to your local coin dealer.Subject: Performance analysis of the corrosion protection of Intercept Technology ® licensed metal substrate storage productIntercept Technology ® is a Lucent Technologies patented and licensed polymer process. The Technology has been licensed, manufactured, distributed, and sold by our licensees since 1991. In order to ensure the highest quality production, and manufacture of Intercept products are maintained, samples of production materials are regularly retained and tested. These checks, coupled with periodic inspections and updated improvements in formulations create a technically advanced product. Periodically, final products are laboratory tested for static and/or corrosion protection performance.Coin storage systems are designed to protect copper, silver and their alloys from tarnishing. These metals are commonplace in the electronic equipment Lucent Technologies manufactures. Therefore, it is beneficial for Lucent Technologies Bell Labs to test their performance of such systems so as to expand our information base in the matter of the atmospheric corrosion protection of electronic materials. This report describes such a test for corrosion protection and its results.Storage systems for coinage have been tested for corrosion protection from atmospheric trace sulfur gases. Intercept Technology significantly outperformed non-Intercept Technology silver and their alloys have been degraded from atmospheric gases from the moment they were purified and polished more than 5,000 years ago. The most abundant corrosive gas is oxygen.Upon exposure to oxygen copper forms an oxide film of Cu2O, which, is semitransparent, and self limiting. This oxide grows to approximately 15\u00c5 in one hour to an upper limit of approximately 2 NM at 20\u00b0 C2.Typical copper degradation occurs when sulfur and water vapor are deposited on the metal surfaces. Liquid water, sufficient to form an acidic condensate slurry with sulfur, occurs at relative humidity levels greater than 60%. This slurry penetrates and breaks protective oxide interstitial grain boundary bonds. Eventually, sulfur and copper ions form copper sulfide, which, mix into the oxide, and form directly on the copper surfaces. In very thin layers an overall darkening will occur at thicknesses as low as 10 nm3.Typically, experiments used to mimic these natural occurring processes utilize water and a corrosive gas. We have chosen this proven method to evaluate product performance. The gas we wish to use as a catalyst for the test is hydrogen sulfide. It is abundant in the atmosphere. It has a natural vapor pressure of 292 psi at STP, is colorless, and it has an affinity for reacting with copper having a chemical stoichiometry favoring a Cu reaction as does carbonyl sulfide and three to four times more than So2.ExperimentalFive types of storage boxes were evaluated:

  1. Intercept Album, multipage book with clear plastic covered slot and an outer cover with Intercept Technology throughout the book.
  2. Sample X Album, similar to 1, different vendor, no Intercept
  3. Sample Y Album, similar to 1, different vendor, no Intercept
  4. Intercept Tri Fold, open coin slots: cover folds onto itself. Intercept Technology protected
  5. Sample Z Tri Fold, open coin slots: cover folds onto itself. No Intercept Technology

The populated books were placed in the test chamber for a 150ppm hour exposure. Previous work indicated this exposure is equivalent to average ambient H2S exposure for 10 years.Results

SummaryThe evaluation of Intercept Technology ® encompassed equivalent 10 year sulfurous atmospheric trace gas corrosion testing followed by optical evaluation, scanning electron microscopy, and x-ray elemental analysis. This generic testing and evaluation was designed to demonstrate the protection ability of material packages in reference to corrosive atmospheric sulfur trace gases and their reactions with copper, silver, and their alloys. The test results show the tested Intercept Shield ™ products offer a considerable increase over other non-Intercept protective products.

Performance analysis of the corrosion protection of intercept technology licensed metal substrate storage productIntercept Technology is a Lucent Technologies patented and licensed polymer process. The Technology has been licensed, manufactured, distributed, and sold by our licensees since 1991. In order to ensure the highest quality production, and manufacture of Intercept products are maintained, samples of production materials are regularly retained and tested. These checks, coupled with periodic inspections and updated improvements in formulations create a technically advanced product. Periodically, final products are laboratory tested for static and/or corrosion protection performance.Coin storage systems are designed to protect copper, silver and their alloys from tarnishing. These metals are commonplace in the electronic equipment Lucent Technologies manufactures. Therefore, it is beneficial for Lucent Technologies Bell Labs to test their performance of such systems so as to expand our information base in the matter of the atmospheric corrosion protection of electronic materials. This report describes such a test for corrosion protection and its results.Storage systems for coinage have been tested for corrosion protection from atmospheric trace sulfur gases. Intercept Technology significantly outperformed non-Intercept Technology silver and their alloys have been degraded from atmospheric gases from the moment they were purified and polished more than 5,000 years ago(1). The most abundant corrosive gas is oxygen. Upon exposure to oxygen copper forms an oxide film of Cu2O, which, is semitransparent, and self limiting. This oxide grows to approximately 15\u00c5 in one hour to an upper limit of approximately 2 NM at 20\u00b0 C(2).Typical copper degradation occurs when sulfur and water vapor are deposited on the metal surfaces. Liquid water, sufficient to form an acidic condensate slurry with sulfur, occurs at relative humidity levels greater than 60%. This slurry penetrates and breaks protective oxide interstitial grain boundary bonds. Eventually, sulfur and copper ions form copper sulfide, which, mix into the oxide, and form directly on the copper surfaces. In very thin layers an overall darkening will occur at thicknesses as low as 10 nm(3).Typically, experiments used to mimic these natural occurring processes utilize water and a corrosive gas. We have chosen this proven method to evaluate product performance. The gas we wish to use as a catalyst for the test is hydrogen sulfide. It is abundant in the atmosphere. It has a natural vapor pressure of 292 psi at STP, is colorless, and it has an affinity for reacting with copper having a chemical stoichiometry favoring a Cu reaction as does carbonyl sulfide and three to four times more than So2(4).ExperimentalH2S levels of 4 ppm were used in experiments. These have been found to provide an increase in exposure concentration that follows a linear relationship with total exposure as shown by Graedel et al(5). Generation of the atmospheres and exposure chamber was similar to previous work using a variable length, low pressure permeation tube capped on one end, and connected to a variable pressure regulated H2S(6) lecture bottle of technical grade H2S. Continuous monitoring of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) concentrations were made by a Thermo Electron Model 43 Pulsed Florescence monitor with precursory catalysis on H2S by platinum reduction.Temperature measurements were made by a Fluke Model 16 digital thermometer, and humidity by an EXTECH model 10 humidity meter.The test chamber dimensions are 450 x 600 x 600 cm., with a construction of 0.64 cm thick clear polycarbonate. The chamber has two slotted shelves, and incorporates a cross feed gas flow system to ensure linear gas concentration exposures. The air supply line was filtered with an oil separator, an activated charcoal cartridge, and a 0.5 micron particulate filter.A continuous feed water drip maintained the bubbler at 10 cm of water. The water supply was deionized and triple filtered. Air flow through the chamber was maintained at 10 liters per minute. This flow provided the 162 liter chamber with one volume exchange per 16.2 minutes.Following the 90th percentile gas flow rule, calculations show a complete air exchange occurs at ten times a volume exchange. Therefore the chamber is completely refreshed every 2 hours 42 minutes.Coin samples consisted of 1964 to 1980 pennies which all have a composition of 95% Cu, 5% Zn and, 1964 to 1979 nickels with a composition of 75% Cu and 25% Ni.The coin samples were degreased with 111 trichloethane, and dried with gaseous nitrogen. They were then placed in appropriate compartments in the storage media samples.Evaluation of the samples was performed with, a LEO 1530 scanning electron microscope for surface topography, X ray analysis with a Kevex EDXA for elemental analysis, and a Kodak model 950 digital camera for optical data.Five types of storage boxes were evaluated:

  1. Intercept Album, multipage book with clear plastic covered slot and an outer cover with Intercept Technology throughout the book.
  2. Sample X Album, similar to 1, different vendor, no Intercept
  3. Sample Y Album, similar to 1, different vendor, no Intercept
  4. Intercept Tri Fold, open coin slots: cover folds onto itself. Intercept Technology protected
  5. Sample Z Tri Fold, open coin slots: cover folds onto itself. No Intercept Technology

The populated books were placed in the test chamber for a 150ppm hour exposure. Previous work(7) indicated this exposure is equivalent to average ambient H2S exposure for 10 years. This relationship of copper sulfide film growth and sulfur gas exposure has been shown to follow the formula of RCu,i=lCu,i[í] where RCu,i is the rate of formation of a sulfur-containing corrosion film on copper by species i, [í] is the atmospheric sulfurous gas concentration, and lCu,i is the pseudo-first-order rate constant.For comparative purposes RCu,i can be approximated for SO2 and CS2 at a total exposure of 100 ppm-h (approximately the total sulfurous gas exposure that would occur in 10 year in a typical urban environment). The derived value of í is 4x10-3 nm ppb-h-1 for H2S.A similar relationship exists for silver and sulfur gases with í being a lower number in that the reaction efficiency of silver is lower than that of coins were tested in each album and tri fold. Typical representations of the exposed coins were selected to evaluate. One nickel and one penny from each was analyzed.As observed, the Intercept album and Intercept tri fold performed without visual degradation. These had Intercept Technology protection. The Sample X album pennies changed to an overall darker hue, with the nickels shifting to an even yellow tone. The Sample Y Album pennies sulfided far worse with additional degradation in the form of blue/black ringing patterns on the outer edge. The nickel shifted from yellow to a reddish tone. Although overall corrosion had taken place, corrosion on the Sample Y album coins were heaviest on the side facing the opening.The Sample Z tri fold was the worst protector causing the penny to form a blue/black corrosion film, and the nickel to shift completely yellow/red with bright but speckled areas of blue. In order to quantify the film growth and surface chemistry the coins were placed in the scanning electron microscope for sulfur observation and X-ray analysis for elemental mapping by EDXA.SEM observations were unremarkable except in areas of surface discontinuities. For example, where the ear of Lincoln of the Sample Y album penny shows corrosion occurring at the apex of the raised struck outline of the topography. This is typical of an altered grain boundary which will exhibit more susceptibility toward corrosion than the surrounding area as seen in previous work on the Statue of Liberty restoration(9).Another significantly altered zone exists on the outer rim areas of all the coins, shown in figure 3. Sulfide growth is significantly higher than the surrounding surfaces (8,696).
Figure 3 also depicts spot corrosion (blue spots) were created due to localized increases in time of wetness most likely caused by anhydrous particulates. These blue areas are indicative of the formation of hydrated sulfate formations such as posnjakite(10). The remaining samples did not reveal significant deviations from previous observations. Further corrosion mapping was deemed unnecessary.Electron Dispersive X-Ray Analysis (EDXA) was used to obtain an elemental spectrum of the metal samples. The evaluation scheme took advantage of the EDXA's ability to digitally record a background elemental spectrum and subtract that data from another samples response. The resultant data can then be computed into a ratio of increase of elements in Thousands of Electron Volts activations (Kev) to corresponding chemical elements. Since both coins possessed at least 75% Cu the Cu peak was set as a reference baseline parameter. The La copper reference peak which is at .93 Kev was used for reference analysis. The Ka sulfur peak is used as a corrosivity evaluator. That peak is seen at 0.213 Kev. The analysis started at zero and stopped counting spectra until 100,000 X-Ray counts accumulated from the La copper peak. At that time the Ka sulfur count was recorded.Data analysis was configured to provide a relative ratio of sulfur accumulation over the base line as reasonably accurate as possible. The following analysis remains qualitative in nature. This analysis should not be considered quantitative.Figure 4 plots the results of the differential scans of the three types of Album Storage Media coins. The Intercept (Intercept protected) album sulfur counts were zero and considered baseline. The Sample X album penny was 27x higher in sulfur and the nickel 19x higher. The Sample Y album penny was 56x higher in contamination due to sulfur and the nickel 6,176x higher. In the Tri Fold albums, the penny and nickel samples were at zero for the Intercept album.Similar to the previous album the Intercept protected coin scan was considered at the background level. The Sample Z Tri Fold is a commodity storage media. Sulfur on the penny stored in the Sample Z tri fold was measured at a ratio of 6,758 and the nickel at a ratio of 7,257.

SummaryThe evaluation of Intercept Technology encompassed equivalent 10 year sulfurous atmospheric trace gas corrosion testing followed by optical evaluation, scanning electron microscopy, and x-ray elemental analysis. This generic testing and evaluation was designed to demonstrate the protection ability of material packages in reference to corrosive atmospheric sulfur trace gases and their reactions with copper, silver, and their alloys. The test results show the tested Intercept Shield products offer a considerable increase over other non-Intercept protective products.References1) L. Soto, J.P Faney, T.E. Graedel, and, G.W. Kammlott, "On The Corrosion of Certain Ancient Chinese Bronze Artifacts", Corrosion Science, Vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 241-250, 1983.2) P.A. Skiba, Changes in Reflectivity and Emisivity of Oxide Systems Subjected to the Influence of Continuous CO2 Laser Radiation, Zhurnal Prikladoni Spektroskopii, Vol. 37, no. 2, Pages 242-247, Aug., 19823) J.H. Payer, "Corrosion Processes in the Development of Thin Tarnish Films", Dept of Materials Science and Engineering, Case Western Univ., Cleveland, OH, 1992.4) T.E. Graedel, J.P. Franey, G.J. Gualtieri, G.W. Kammlott, and D.L. Malm, "On the Mechanism of Silver and Copper Sulfidation by Atmospheric H2S and OCS", Corrosion Science, Vol 25, No. 12, pg. 1163-1180, 1985.5) J.P. Franey, T.E. Graedel, and G.W. Kammlott, "The Sulfiding of Copper by Trace Amounts of Hydrogen Sulfide", The Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 158th Meeting, Hollywood, FL, 1980.6) J.P. Franey, "A Novel System for Atmospheric Corrosion Experiments", Corrosion Science, Vol. 23, No 1, pg. 1-8, 1983.7) T.E. Graedel, J.P. Franey, and G.W. Kammlott, "The Corrosion of Copper by Atmospheric Sulfurous Gases", Corrosion Science, Vol. 23, No. 11, pg. 1141-1152, 1983.8) T.E. Graedel, J.P. Franey, and G.W. Kammlott, "The Corrosion of Silver by Atmosheric Sulfurous Gases", Corrosion Science, Vol 25, No. 2, pg. 133-143, 1985.9) J.P. Franey, and M.E. Davis, "Metallographic Studies of the Copper Patina Formed in the Atmosphere", Corrosion Science, Vol. 27, No. 7 Special Edition, pg. 659-668, 1987.10) K. Nassau, P.K. Gallagher, A.E. Miller, and T.E. Graedel, "The Characterization of Patin Components by X-ray Diffraction and Evolved Gas Analysis", Corrosion Science, Vol 27, No. 7, Special Edition, pg. 669-684, 1987.

We always try to carry a full line of Modern US Mint Products, including Proof Sets (1950 to Date), Silver Proof Sets (1992 to Date), Premier Silver Proof Sets (1992 to 1998), Uncirculated Mint Sets (1959 to Date), Uncirculated and Proof Silver Eagles (1986 to Date), and Modern Commemoratives (1982 to Date), as well as complete runs of all the dates and mintmarks (both uncirculated and proof) of these coins: Statehood Quarters, Kennedy Halves, Eisenhower Dollars, Anthony Dollars,Sacagawea Dollars, and Presidential Dollars either at sale or as an store item. We also have all the Dansco Albums, Intercept Shield Albums, Whitman Albums and Harris Albums to store your coins. So before you leave us check this link Valley Coins store to view our other items. If you don't see what you want, or if the item you want is not immediately available (Buy It Now), let us know and we'll list the item for you. Winning buyers please follow the checkout process below.

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