Replacement of tall brass plungers for the dollar, half dollar, and quarter Swedish dies #1-9

$129.18

Estimated delivery: 23 Sep 2019 - 30 Sep 2019

A set of brass plungers to replace lost or damaged (beyond repair) plungers for the dollar and half dollar Swede dies. These are the best quality available being hardened bronze, engraved witness lines and being hand lapped. These are not just mass produced but rather each one is finished by hand by a skilled craftsman or woman here is the USA.

The plungers being numbered from the largest to the smallest with the largest starting with #1, #2, #3, #4, and #5.

It is o.k. for the plungers to have small dings and scratches when they become well used. If need be, you can always lap the surfaces using a piece of 200 grit sand paper.

NOTE: This is the full set brass plungers.

 

For additional information you can view a training video here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7gZxUKNr1g

And also get detailed step by step instructions from my training manual available here: https://jasons.works/product/coin-ring-tools-training-manual/

*A special thank you to Mikael Möller, Robert Gibb (BFG Coin Rings), Bob, Russ, Troy, Mike Henry, Adam McKinney, Skyler Jenkins (Coin Rings by the Mint), Rocky Workman, Joshua Janes and countless others on Coin Ring Crafters on Facebook. You all made this possible! 🙂

*COINS AND RINGS NOT INCLUDED*

Estimated delivery: 23 Sep 2019 - 30 Sep 2019

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A set of “Tall” hard bronze plungers to replace lost or damaged (beyond repair) plungers for the dollar and half dollar Swede dies. These are the best quality available being hardened bronze, engraved witness lines and being hand lapped. These are not just mass produced but rather each one is finished by hand by a skilled craftsman or woman here is the USA.

The plungers being numbered from the largest to the smallest with the largest starting with #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, and #9 the smallest.

#1 Tall Bronze plunger – The largest diameter in the set used for the first press in the 1.0 x 1.4 Dollar Swedish Die.

#2 Tall Bronze plunger – The second largest diameter in the set used for the second press in 1.0 x 1.4 Dollar Swedish die.

#3 Tall Bronze plunger – The third largest diameter in the set. Used for the last press and extrusion in the 1.1 x 1.4 Dollar Swedish die AND

#4 Tall Bronze plunger – The fourth largest diameter in the set. Used for the first press of the .8 x 1.1 half dollar Swedish die.

#5 Tall Bronze plunger – The fifth largest in diameter in the set. Used for the second press in the .8 x 1.1 half dollar Swedish die.

#6 Tall Bronze plunger – The sixth largest diameter in the set. Used for the last press and final extrusion in the .8 x 1.1 half dollar Swedish die.

#7 Tall Bronze plunger – The seventh largest diameter in the set. Used for the first press in the .6 x .9 quarter/dime Swedish die.

#8 Tall Bronze plunger – The eighth largest diameter in the set. Used for the second press in the .6 x .9 quarter/dime Swedish die.

#9 Tall Bronze plunger – The ninth and smallest diameter in the set. Used for the for the final extrusion in the .6 x .9 quarter/dime Swedish die.

It is o.k. for the plungers to have small dings and scratches when they become well used. If need be, you can always lap the surfaces using a piece of 200 grit sand paper.

NOTE: This is the full set bronze plungers.

*NOTE: these taller bronze plungers are especially designed to bottom out when the plunger is flush with it’s corresponding die (see pictures above). This removes the chance of damaging the plungers by over pressing especially when using a hydraulic press.

*NOTE: Remember the 5 most important steps in the Swedish Wrap method.
1. Anneal a lot. Preferably once for every plunger distance when working with silver. Up to two with brass. Better to anneal too often than not enough.
2. Use lots of pipe tape, re-wrap after each press/anneal. Better to use too much than too little. I wrap up to 30 times for a half dollar and 40 times for a dollar if I’m using the thin tape. It depends on the thickness of the tape and how tough the coin is. Luckily it’s cheap. Rolls can be found for well under a dollar at stores or online.
3. It is better to press the reeded side. Prior to pressing, make sure the plunger completely covers the reeded side of the coin. If it does not, use a 17 or 25 degree die to fold in the reeded side until the plunger covers the reeded side.
4. Do not over-press the plungers when using a hydraulic press or large arbor press. Know where each plunger bottoms out on the dies.
5. Feel free to experiment with different ideas and have fun!

For additional information you can view these training videos:

 

And also get detailed step by step instructions from my training manual available here:
https://jasons.works/product/coin-ring-tools-training-manual/

*A special thank you to Mikael Möller, Robert Gibb (BFG Coin RIngs), Bob, Russ, Troy, Mike Henry, Adam McKinney, Skyler Jenkins (Coin Rings by the Mint), Rocky Workman, Joshua Janes and countless others on Coin Ring Crafters on Facebook. You all made this possible! 🙂

*COINS, RINGS AND DIES NOT INCLUDED*