Wednesday, December 19, 2018

deadline...

My last coin order of the year is finished.  The custom stamp that I designed arrived a day late so I had to scramble to get 10 of these stamped and finished this afternoon for shipping tomorrow.  Luckily, the custom stamp from infinitystamps.com was perfect when it arrived.  This is for a client who wanted something special to give to his instructors and fellow students at a Kung Fu school in Austin.  Video of the pouring and finishing process Friday.  60,68,43,0,W

7 comments:

MsBelinda said...

Nice!

remmij said...

…do you still have a round with the crown?
King Kung Fu… not to be confused with K Kong…
fuzzy grasshopper
more fu-ism
appropriate this was the first image on imgur when I went to upload… flow
badder than ol' King Kong… man, that seems like a long time ago…

Rita B. said...

Very nice. A perfect keepsake.

David Johnson said...

Did you stamp both sides

John Wells said...

The backside is stamped .999FS and 1 OZT (one ounce troy)

Homer Ellinger said...

very nice
no hassles from gubmit
i guess its all legit.
I just didn't realize you could do that.
hmmmmmm

John Wells said...

It is perfectly legit although technically they are not supposed to be referred to as "coins" since they have no monetary value for use as money - medallions or rounds is a more appropriate term. Printing or casting your own money is a big no-no with the gubmit.