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This is a pretty easy instructable about how you can make a coin pendant out of just about any non-aluminum coin. Brass or bronze coins work best. Make ...
Solder Small Torch Flux Brass Pipe Coin Working surface (in this case, an upturned soapstone candle holder) Small File 600 grit wetdry sandpaper
Cut the brass pipe about 5mm from the end. You should end up with a little ring like the one in picture two. File the little ring until ...
File the side of the coin where you want the bale to be soldered to. It needs to be shinny or the solder won't stick.
Flux the area where the bale and coin touch. I use regular plumbing flux for soldering brass, steel, and bronze.
Here's a quick video of me soldering it:
Give the new pendant a quick polishing with some 600 grit wetdry, and you're done! If you noticed, this isn't the same coin as the one in the ...
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