Coin Ring ...how to make a ring out of a circle cut from sheet.... put it through a rolling mill first to texture the metal, cut circles, drill out center, anneal as needed, hammer on a mandrel, switching the way the ring faces on mandrel.... pickle to remove firescale, liver of sulphur, polish.
These rings showcase state quarters in a unique way — which is to say, they're made from them. Each uncirculated quarter is hand-picked and formed into a ring. The front of the ring will have the state name, and the back of the ring will have the year the quarter was put into circulation. On the inside you will see "United States of America" as well as "E Pluribus Unum."
Did you know quarters made before 1964 are made with pure silver? Using a spoon, a drill, and a metal file, you can turn those quarters into a nice silver band. Basically you tap on the quarter itself until it forms a ring then you drill out the inside. Pretty neat way to make a ring, all from quarters!