Making a Coin Ring?

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A coin ring can be made from any suitable size coin. Using a hammer, hold the coin on edge and tap the edge firmly while rotating the coin. Continue working around the edge until about 20% of the diameter has been flattened into a band. Cut away the center of the coin, and polish the outer and inner surfaces with fine grit sand paper to complete the ring.
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1. Cut a strip of leather chamois about 1 inch wide and 12 inches long. Open your pipe wrench to its largest setting and line the inside of it with the chamois. This softened leather
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1. Obtain a. silver coin. If you are using a U.S. coin, you need to use one from 1964 or earlier. (More recent coins are not made of silver and will not look as good as a silver coin
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Here's a good instructional website; http://homepage.mac.com/johnhuber/CoinRing/PhotoAlbum20.html.
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Knowing how to make a coin vanish is important for any self-respecting magician. You won't have to invest in a lot of magic supplies in order to perform many versions of this trick.
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How to Make a Coin Ring
Rings have been used for numerous reasons as far back as history can tell us. With a few simple tools found in most toolboxes, you can turn a quarter, or any coin larger than a quarter, into your own beautiful shiny ring. Using the right coin, you can... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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