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.

    A much more accurate way of finding dead center of your coin

    Jewelers Mandrel Punch and Die Set

    How to curve the edges of a coin ring without a ring press How to polish silver rings The Easiest Coin Ring to Make 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."

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  • Chuçky Dubree
    Chuçky Dubree  6 hours ago

    Think I will give this a try ,thanks

  • Nicole Carswell

    This video somehow randomly popped up on my YouTube and now here's a hobby I never knew I wanted to do until right now. This looks awesome. Thank you for the inspiration

  • Kat Kameo
    Kat Kameo  2 days ago

    Problem is, it contains nickel...makes a lot of people break out in a burn type rash. I have a NY quarter, 50 buck, cant wear even 4 hours. Looks cool though.

  • Harold Hart
    Harold Hart  2 days ago


  • Scott McMan
    Scott McMan  2 days ago

    Schedule 40 is the cheap stuff. Try schedule 80. In case it matters to you. Anyway, can you legally re-purpose coins and then sell them as jewelry?

  • Sam DaSham
    Sam DaSham  3 days ago

    Use a 50 cent piece to make it wider without having to enlarge the inner diameter...Better yet use an old circulated silver dollar.....

  • steve smith
    steve smith  4 days ago +1

    its illegal to damage government property

  • Laura George
    Laura George  4 days ago

    Great idea

  • Philipp Boetcher
    Philipp Boetcher  4 days ago

    That was great!

  • anubis 1812
    anubis 1812  4 days ago

    you sir are ONE BAD ASS it....thanks

  • Jeneifer Thomas
    Jeneifer Thomas  4 days ago

    How could you make a size six

  • Carlos Figueroa
    Carlos Figueroa  4 days ago

    Great job man

  • Stephen Dall
    Stephen Dall  5 days ago

    I was given my grandfather’s wedding ring which was made out of a silver quarter, it was made in early 1900’s. and I lost the ring! I have regretted ever wearing it. I think that I will try to locate a silver quarter from around 1900 and remake it.

  • Mark Howell
    Mark Howell  5 days ago

    Was it the 1/2" punch you used in the video to make this size ring?

    GRACE LOVEJOY  5 days ago

    Very cool. Thanks for the knowledge! 😊

  • Rodney Hoyup
    Rodney Hoyup  5 days ago

    Copper rings would be better, good for joints

  • ReelMan
    ReelMan  6 days ago

    Great show

  • depnca
    depnca  6 days ago

    Hi fenfeback and community. I liked the how to make rings, the sample being quarters. I apologize for this question in the community, I am a senior how to retire early with critical health issues almost didn't make it but I'm a positive fighter. So do to fixed income from early retirement initially disability now beyond retire- ment age the $$ is not what I planned to have now down here. Yho still fighting a 20 year fight for my life but crawling back up every time I get knocked back down. I gotta find a way to help my income, already on a fixed declining income x20 years. My first question is if I subscribe do I pay as a member. Or when you click on download and it says free trial, or skip trial, I did read the terms and conditions but I could not find if I click on "skip trial" how much I pay or what any expense would be like if I attended one of the webinars or classes or whatever. Of course I am not in the position to pay right now. Question number two is if PA law regarding US money is to not fraudulently increase its value, why did the quarter ring you made was sold for $15? It did increase in value but in a different form and fashion. My apology again for need of clarification for this older brain. Not on here a lot, and don't have a laptop yet. So I it's a smartphone for now. Do I dare leave my email in a post? Warmest Regards! - Dale

  • Helen Carol Turner

    What did you use to polish it ?

  • Jimi G
    Jimi G  7 days ago

    Cool skill, but you are aware defacing U.S. currency is illegal, right? :D