Thursday, April 2, 2015

coin bath

81,89,57,0,C

7 comments:

Margery Bills said...

Beautiful and shiney. It's hard to believe you got that precious metal from silverware. It's always interesting to see where your mind is going to take us with your activities.

rondeb said...

Do you re-use the excess mold pieces for more coins? or once it is used can it not be used again.

Sam Finn said...

The Field Mint.
:-)

Margery Bills said...

I can't find your sale site, John.

John Wells said...

Extra material is used when casting the coins because the excess weight is needed in order for the sterling to completely fill the mold. The leftovers are remelted - there is no waste. The coins will go on sale from the blog around the end of May.

joy said...

Mistake does not only teach you how to be strong but also how to stand up again and to do good next time. Visit my site for more information. Have a good day always and thank you for sharing your knowledge and wonderful article to the public. I do hope that you can inspire more readers.

n8fan.net

www.n8fan.net

joy said...

Thanks for sharing such a wonderful article, I hope you could inspire more people. Visit my site too.

n8fan.net

www.n8fan.net