1965-1998 Washington Quarter Coin Rings. All of our quarter rings are handmade using actual United States coins! The shank (width of the ring) of these rings measures approx. 6 to 7mm, the larger the ring the narrower the band becomes. These liberty quarter coin rings make great birthday and anniversary gifts. Stand out with this conversation starter!
To make our coin rings we punch the center out of the coin, we have created different add ons that use the punch outs. On the regular band band coin rings these punch outs always measure 11mm. Check out the add ons here: Necklace or Bracelet
Because these are copper/nickel we HIGHLY recommend having your ring powder coated to protect the ring and your skin add it to your purchase here. Not coating these rings can result in skin discoloration.
A better option than powder coating are our 90% silver rings, the Washington quarter rings are available in silver starting in 1992, you can order them here
If you prefer a narrower band you can purchase one here
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Important notes about these rings: These are completely handmade no two items will be exactly alike. These are made using circulated coins, therefore the coins may have some wear or scratches. These are made using actual copper/nickel clad quarters, if you have metal sensitivities we highly suggest ordering your coin ring in 90% silver or having the ring powder coated. Antique finish is on the surface of the ring and will wear away with time, when it is worn away you can polish your ring with a regular jewelry polishing cloth for a classic polished look. Punch out is not included unless you add it to your purchase.
More information about Washington quarters: Copper/nickel Washington quarters are available in years 1965-1998 excluding 1975 (1976 is the bicentennial quarter featuring the dates 1776 & 1976). The obverse of these quarters feature George Washington and the words "Liberty" and "In God We Trust". The reverse features the Presidential Coat of Arms which is a bald eagle with outstretched wings and the words "United States of America", "E Pluribus Unum" and "Quarter Dollar" (the 1976 quarter features a Colonial drummer instead of an eagle).
If you have any questions please feel free to ask!