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Wasn't sure where to post this but since it is modeled after my Equinox coil I'm posting here. Just got this keycahin made by "Coin RIngs by Sully" a one ounce silver dollar punched out like a standard equinox 11" coil. He also makes all kinds of jewelry like rings and pendants from coins. You should check him out

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Nice!  How long before someone will be finding that one in the park?  GaryC/Oregon Coast

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41 minutes ago, GaryC/Oregon Coast said:

Nice!  How long before someone will be finding that one in the park?  GaryC/Oregon Coast

never, it never leaves my pocket until I hang it up at home lol my truck has the proximity button so I dont even need it to start the vehicle as long as its in my pocket. Makes losing it harder

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That is REALLY cool!  I like it!

Steve

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Great find, it looks like someone cut the design into it.

Am I correct on that or was it made like that.

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3 hours ago, 2Valen said:

Great find, it looks like someone cut the design into it.

Am I correct on that or was it made like that.

he makes all kinds of jewelry and stuff using real coins, you can search him on facebook "Coin Rings by Sully"

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20 hours ago, 57buick said:

you can search him on facebook "Coin Rings by Sully"

Thanks for the information on that, I think it looks nice and will see what else he does.

 

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