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New York State Quarter Ring, Size 7 1/2

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The New York quarter features the Statue of Liberty superimposed over an outline of the state along with the inscription "Gateway to Freedom." 

The New York design celebrates the "Empire State" as a point of entry for millions of immigrants seeking the political freedom and democracy that American citizenship provides.  

President Grover Cleveland accepted the Statue of Liberty, a gift from the people of France, on behalf of the United States on October 28, 1886.

Lady Liberty was designated a National Monument on October 15, 1924 and underwent extensive restoration for her remarkable centennial on July 4, 1986.  

Governor George E. Pataki asked the United States Mint to add the line tracing the Hudson River and the route of the Erie Canal because of the vital developmental role of the waterways.

The composition of the coin is 91.67% copper and 8.33% nickel.

My state quarter rings are custom made here in Overland Park, Kansas from coins found in my everyday travels. The ring in the pictures is available, but if you require a different size or state please contact me. If I've got the coin in stock I'd be happy to make a custom ring for you.

THE FINISH
Once the coin is transformed into a ring I do the following:
Smooth any rough edges
Clean completely
Apply the patina to darken the background and highlight the details
Polish with a Micro crystalline wax
Apply two coats of clear metal coating to protect the patina
Finally, I apply a thin coat of clear nail polish to the inside of the ring to help protect against your finger turning green. Some people have more trouble with this than others, so for this reason I can't guarantee that you won't have some discoloration.

Any patina will eventually wear off if worn daily or allowed to get wet.
Please be careful to order the correct size. I'm not a professional jeweler, but I'm able to get them sized pretty closely.
The New York quarter features the Statue of Liberty superimposed over an outline of the state along with the inscription "Gateway to Freedom." 

The New York design celebrates the "Empire State" as a point of entry for millions of immigrants seeking the political freedom and democracy that American citizenship provides.  

President Grover Cleveland accepted the Statue of Liberty, a gift from the people of France, on behalf of the United States on October 28, 1886.

Lady Liberty was designated a National Monument on October 15, 1924 and underwent extensive restoration for her remarkable centennial on July 4, 1986.  

Governor George E. Pataki asked the United States Mint to add the line tracing the Hudson River and the route of the Erie Canal because of the vital developmental role of the waterways.

The composition of the coin is 91.67% copper and 8.33% nickel.

My state quarter rings are custom made here in Overland Park, Kansas from coins found in my everyday travels. The ring in the pictures is available, but if you require a different size or state please contact me. If I've got the coin in stock I'd be happy to make a custom ring for you.

THE FINISH
Once the coin is transformed into a ring I do the following:
Smooth any rough edges
Clean completely
Apply the patina to darken the background and highlight the details
Polish with a Micro crystalline wax
Apply two coats of clear metal coating to protect the patina
Finally, I apply a thin coat of clear nail polish to the inside of the ring to help protect against your finger turning green. Some people have more trouble with this than others, so for this reason I can't guarantee that you won't have some discoloration.

Any patina will eventually wear off if worn daily or allowed to get wet.
Please be careful to order the correct size. I'm not a professional jeweler, but I'm able to get them sized pretty closely.

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New York State Quarter Ring, Size 7 1/2

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Clad, Silver, Copper, Nickel
  • Feedback: 4 reviews
  • Favorited by: 15 people
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