Make Double Sided Rings out of Coins - Tips for Beginners

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  • Published on:  Sunday, January 5, 2014
  • How to make the same ring smaller. https://www.faceclips.net/video/RNSOh5jPFGk/video.html

    A much more accurate way of finding dead center of your coin https://www.faceclips.net/video/5xLBsLeaPqA/video.html

    Jewelers Mandrel http://www.amazon.com/Bench-Wizard-Solid-Steel-Mandrel/dp/B0013TSW9I/ref=sr_1_1?s=arts-crafts&ie=UTF8&qid=1442883861&sr=1-1&keywords=jewelers+mandrel

    http://www.harborfreight.com/9-piece-punch-and-die-set-95547.html Punch and Die Set

    How to curve the edges of a coin ring without a ring press https://www.faceclips.net/video/qv8rP3pbdEI/video.html



    https://www.faceclips.net/video/lMU40L4E_GI/video.html How to polish silver rings

    https://www.faceclips.net/video/548qCuDHe_Q/video.html The Easiest Coin Ring to Make

    https://www.faceclips.net/video/hODHnrKYn7Q/video.html Half Dollar Coin Ring..

    Every ring on my hands in this vid used to be a coin

    The U.S. Department of the Treasury own website Home » Resource Center » FAQs » Coins » Portraits & Designs.. bottom of the page. "Is it illegal to damage or deface coins?-This statute means that you may be violating the law if you change the appearance of the coin and fraudulently represent it to be other than the altered coin that it is. As a matter of policy, the U.S. Mint does not promote coloring, plating or altering U.S. coinage: however, there are no sanctions against such activity absent fraudulent intent."

    Here's the Link http://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/faqs/Coins/Pages/edu_faq_coins_portraits.aspx
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  • Joe Brandibas

    Joe Brandibas

     4 hours ago

    I know you probably don't look at these comments anymore, it's been several years since this was posted, but I am looking at getting into this as a hobby, Most everything is pretty clear, but I was curious about how you are polishing these. You time jumped over the polishing process, so I am not sure of the procedure. Do you do it entirely by hand, or is there something like an automatic setup where you put them in a rotating drum or something. I will begin my google search for this but figured I would ask here as well.

  • Jason

    Jason

     12 hours ago

    Perfect ring for when you marry your sister.

  • wayne parris

    wayne parris

     14 hours ago

    There are no "rivets" on a coin, the term is COINING. It is derived from when people used to steal gold or sivler from a coin but keep the coin the correct weight (Today coins are much more uniform but they used to varry a bit when they were hand made). They started coining coins to make it clear when someone tries to steal either gold or silver from a pure metal coin.

  • stick man

    stick man

     14 hours ago

    How about using a Dremel tool to do the sanding ?

  • Charles Angell

    Charles Angell

     22 hours ago

    Annealing:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fz73IrpsWYo
    ^ At 2:20 ^
    Should eliminate cracks from further stretching
    Smaller coins for smaller fingers
    fencekid ALSO has annealing in one of his vids

  • Charles Angell

    Charles Angell

     22 hours ago

    He still looked to be off center slightly

  • b OK

    b OK

     yesterday

    Great !! What about a small size 7 ring..with a wide band. What should I start with? Thanks

  • FlipSwitchX

    FlipSwitchX

     2 days ago

    ILLEEGAAALLLL 👨‍⚖️ 🔨

  • Tebogo Motlhale

    Tebogo Motlhale

     2 days ago

    Lord of the Rings !! Good work !!

  • Gabrielle Andrews

    Gabrielle Andrews

     2 days ago

    A few questions.. so the furthest you should go is by whole number? Would anyone be able to wear this without their finger turning colors?

  • rep toob

    rep toob

     2 days ago

    According to Title 18, Chapter 17 of the U.S. Code, which sets out crimes related to coins and currency, anyone who “alters, defaces, mutilates, impairs, diminishes, falsifies, scales, or lightens” coins can face fines or prison time.

  • rep toob

    rep toob

     2 days ago

    Seriously? You just committed a federal crime. It is illegal to destroy money, bills or coins. If you haven't been arrested already, TAKE THIS VIDEO DOWN AND STOP DOING THAT!!!

  • Jesus Christ

    Jesus Christ

     2 days ago

    Okay just a safety 🚑message for everyone ,do not❌ belt sand 😲the ring 💍wilst it is on your penise 🍆

  • Jesus Christ

    Jesus Christ

     2 days ago

    Allrighty then, now I can make the mother of all penise rings, then I can watch 2 tonne Sonia blow 1 dollar 😂

  • gurgy3

    gurgy3

     2 days ago +2

    You should make all 50 of these. And then one just to rule them all.

  • Harlee Salkenesta

    Harlee Salkenesta

     3 days ago

    What polish do you use?

  • ben-jam-in

    ben-jam-in

     3 days ago

    Thanks for the video. I gotta buy a few of these tools before I try it but......... I REALLY need you to just go ahead and send me that anvil you show in the video lol. Those older real proper steel anvils are getting hard to get for a price I can deal with at this point (since I don't need one for anything other than for my hobbies). I've recently been looking for a good one and found that some people actually collect them and I see a historic and aesthetic value in them myself. Antique anvils helped men build so many things that they should be collected or used instead of melted down. Good thing is they last even if left out in the elements for years so I'm checking with all the old timers around hoping I can find a good one in some dilapidated shed or barn. Again thanks and cool video.

  • Bob Marshall

    Bob Marshall

     3 days ago

    Isn't it a Federal offense to deface currency?

  • Charles Struble

    Charles Struble

     3 days ago

    Thanks guy. Simple. I like that...

  • Kev Wills

    Kev Wills

     4 days ago +2

    Ok but why did he stop at 7 with the first side ? And what was the size he wanted ?