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Pennies minted before 1983 are made of mostly copper. With one of those and a few tools you can make a basketball tie tack. Or I can make it for ...
I started out by doing an image search on Google. Once I picked out the ball I liked I copied and pasted it to windows paint. I resized ...
Take a socket and wrap a paper clip around it as shown in the picture. You’ll want to make a series of bends that match the seams of ...
Place the penny on a hard surface. Tape the formed wire over the penny using the registration marks as a helping guide. Place a striking tool against the ...
Next comes the soldering of a wood nail onto the back of the coin. But, before you do this make the coin convex. Do this by striking the ...
Spin the coin round and use progressively finer sand paper to remove the penny’s features. I started with 100 grit followed by 400, 1000, 2000, and then polishing ...
Heat the coin up until the solder releases the nail. Apply flux to a pin backing and solder it on where the nail was. These backings are available ...
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