• coin ring reduction dies original Jasons's Works
    This is a full set of the universal double sided folding and reducing dies ranging from .7" to 1.6" openings at 17 OR 25 degrees for optimal folding and reducing. These dies can be used in conjunction with the stabilizer folding cones and mandrels to fold U.S. dime to Silver Eagle sized coins leaving no mark on the inside of the coin. This die can also be used to fold and reduce similar sized coins for final sizing of coin rings. These dies can be used in conjunction with each other to pretty much fold and reduce all coins :) *The coins pictured are not included* View a youtube video using a reduction die: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCwPbu1lGLY NOTE: A detailed description of the coin ring making process can be found in "How to Make Coin Rings" training manual found here: https://jasons.works/product/coin-ring-tools-training-manual/
    Estimated delivery: 29 Nov 2021 - 06 Dec 2021Select options Details
  • Fat Tire Look Reduction Die - Coin Ring Tools - Jason's Works
    This is a double sided reduction die as described in my manual with .9" and 1.0" openings at 25 degrees for the optimal fat tire look. The faces are at a special 25 degree, allowing for the detail on the outside of the coin ring to be better protected while reducing during the final sizing. This die is specifically used to get the smallest sizes possible on the smaller coins during the final stage of sizing. This die is to be used in conjunction with the other dies available and not by itself alone. You can achieve more of the "fat tire" look by using this die last. Coin sizes that can be used are the quarter, nickle and penny. * NOTE * This die should be used after the initial reducing has been done from the other dies in the set, and not by itself alone. This die will help your coin ring to achieve more of the rounded edge look (Fat Tire).
    Estimated delivery: 29 Nov 2021 - 06 Dec 2021Add to cart Details
  • Universal "Fat Tire Look" Reduction Die - Coin Ring Tools - Jason's Works
    This is a double sided reduction die as described in my manual with .7" and .8" openings at 25 degrees for the optimal fat tire look. The faces are at a special 25 degree, allowing for the detail on the outside of the coin ring to be better protected while reducing during the final sizing. This die is specifically used to get the smallest sizes possible on the smaller coins during the final stage of sizing. This die is to be used in conjunction with the other dies available and not by itself alone. You can achieve more of the "fat tire" look by using this die last. Coin sizes that can be used are the quarter, nickle and penny. * NOTE * This die should be used after the initial reducing has been done from the other dies in the set, and not by itself alone. This die will help your coin ring to achieve more of the rounded edge look (Fat Tire). *The coins pictured are not included* Tutorial Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCwPbu1lGLY NOTE: A detailed description of the coin ring making process can be found in "How to Make Coin Rings" training manual found here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/170473451/training-manual-on-how-to-make-double?
    Estimated delivery: 29 Nov 2021 - 06 Dec 2021Add to cart Details
  • Coin Ring Folding Die - Coin Ring Making Tools - Jason's Works Coin Ring Folding Die - Coin Ring Making Tools - Jason's Works
    Improved! New Hardened Stainless Steel! This is a double sided reduction die as described in my manual with a 1.300" and 1.400" openings at 17 degrees. This die can be used to reduce United States dollar sized coins. This die can also be used in conjunction with the stabilizer folding cones/mandrels to fold half dollars and dollars sized coins leaving no mark on the inside of the coin. *NOTE: You will need the larger die to begin the folding process with the stabilizer folding cones/mandrels for Morgan dollar sized coins. This die is used to start the folding process on half dollar sized coins. These are the reduction dies as described in my manual. Three dies in total can be used to fold and reduce half dollar, dollar, and silver eagle sized coins. Tutorial Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCwPbu1lGLY NOTE: A detailed description of the coin ring making process can be found in "How to Make Coin Rings" training manual found here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/170473451/training-manual-on-how-to-make-double?
    Estimated delivery: 29 Nov 2021 - 06 Dec 2021Add to cart Details
  • One Universal Folding/Reduction Die Hardened Stainless Steel .7" through 1.6" @ 17 degrees
    This is a double sided folding and reducing die with .7" and .8" openings at 17 degrees for optimal folding and reducing. This die can be used in conjunction with the stabilizer folding cones and mandrels to fold U.S. penny and dime sized coins leaving no mark on the inside of the coin. This die can also be used to reduce similar sized coins for final sizing of coin rings. *The coins pictured are not included* Copy and paste this address into your internet browser address bar to see a youtube video using a die: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCwPbu1lGLY NOTE: A detailed description of the coin ring making process can be found in "How to Make Coin Rings" training manual found here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/170473451/training-manual-on-how-to-make-double?
    Estimated delivery: 29 Nov 2021 - 06 Dec 2021Add to cart Details
  • Hardened steel coin ring reduction die Jasons Works
    This is a double sided reduction die as described in my manual with 1.1" and 1.2" openings. This die is be used in conjunction with the stabilizer folding cones and mandrels to finish the folding process of half dollars and dollars leaving no mark on the inside of the coin. This die can also be used to reduce United States half dollar coins and finish sizing dollar coins to smaller sizes. *NOTE: You will need the larger dies to begin the folding process with the stabilizer cones and mandrels for U.S. half dollar and dollar sized coins. *The coins pictured are not included*
    Estimated delivery: 29 Nov 2021 - 06 Dec 2021Add to cart Details
  • One Reduction/Folding Die Hardened Stainless Steel for U.S. Silver Eagle sized coins 1.5" x 1.6" at 17 degrees
    New Hardened Stainless Steel! This is a double sided reduction die as described in my manual with 1.500" and 1.625" openings. This die can be used to start reducing and folding United States Silver Eagle sized coins. This die can also be used in conjunction with the stabilizer folding cones and mandrels to begin folding dollars and silver eagles leaving no mark on the inside of the coin. *The coin pictured is not included* Tutorial Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCwPbu1lGLY NOTE: A detailed description of the coin ring making process can be found in "How to Make Coin Rings" training manual found here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/170473451/training-manual-on-how-to-make-double?
    Estimated delivery: 29 Nov 2021 - 06 Dec 2021Add to cart Details
  • Coin Ring Folding Die - Coin Ring Making Tools - Jason's Works Coin Ring Folding Die - Coin Ring Making Tools - Jason's Works
    NEW! Large 25 degree die for getting that "fat tire" look on your larger coin rings. By popular demand, this is a double sided reduction die with 1.3" and 1.4" openings. The faces are at a special 25 degree, allowing for the detail on the outside of the coin ring to be better protected while reducing during the final sizing. This die is specifically used to achieve a fat tire look on the larger sized rings. (Remember, that fat tire look is achieved by over sizing your target size by several sizes and then reducing the ring down to your target size). This die is to be used in conjunction with the other dies available and not by itself alone. Coins that can be used are the half dollar, dollar and Silver Eagle. * NOTE * This die should be used after the initial reducing has been done from the other dies in the set, and not by itself alone. This die will help your large coin rings to achieve more of the rounded edge look (Fat Tire). *The coins pictured are not included* Copy and paste this address into your internet browser address bar to see a youtube video using a die: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCwPbu1lGLY NOTE: A detailed description of the coin ring making process can be found in "How to Make Coin Rings" training manual found here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/170473451/training-manual-on-how-to-make-double?
    Estimated delivery: 29 Nov 2021 - 06 Dec 2021Add to cart Details

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