1881 S Silver Morgan Dollar Coin Ring.
Sized at 11. Tire Design. Total weight of 24 grams.
This piece is sold. But if you want one like it, contact me. Estimated Price is 220$
Instead, I use a jewelers saw with a #4 or #6 ott blade to make my hole. The first step is to find my center and then draw a circle template in the center of the coin. Keeping my drill handy. I use a small drill bit, rather than the big one, to make a small hole in the top of the center circle template. I thread my saw blade through that. And from there I cut out my center. This not only helps get a good centered hole. But it greatly reduces any marring or scratches that a large drill bit or die punch may cause. And makes a better quality Morgan Dollar Ring possible.
Once you have the center hole finished. You can proceed to make your coin ring as you normally would. If you have questions or need help. Feel free to ask them and I will post them in the next how to post.
Thanks for stopping by. Good luck with your ring making!
NOTE: THE PHOTO OF THE 1881 MORGAN DOLLAR COIN RING, I RYAN O'SHEA MADE HAS BEEN SUBJECT TO A RIDICULOUS AMOUNT OF THEFT FOR USE IN OTHER SO CALLED COIN RING MAKERS LISTINGS. IF YOU SEE MY WORK, ADVERTISED ON ANOTHER SELLERS SITE. I SUGGEST YOU TURN AROUND AND FIND AN HONEST RING MAKER.