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DIY Coin Rings (26 pics)

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  • 12 Aug, 2013  |
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Self-made coin rings made out of the US coins.

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№1 Author: ruleskiller (12 Aug 2013 02:33) Total user comments: 0


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Ron Swanson's spirit
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№2 Author: mashie5 (12 Aug 2013 11:09) Total user comments: 1357


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really cool, but how did the relief not get smashed flat?
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№3 Author: cwe68 (12 Aug 2013 14:59) Total user comments: 0


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I have got some Australian coins that were made into rings during ww2. Because of the lip on coins the edge rolls without damaging the text.
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№4 Author: styopa (12 Aug 2013 18:34) Total user comments: 1068


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Why would you use a 1948 Ben Franklin half dollar? It's worth like $30. If you want an all-silver coin, just use a pre 1963 quarter, they're worth like $10.
Even a 1963 Kennedy half-dollar's only about $15.
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№5 Author: Aindy (12 Aug 2013 22:38) Total user comments: 2840


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styopa,
Because now Ben F. half dollars are worth $31.
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