90% Silver American Samoa Quarter Ring. These coin rings are handmade to order using actual United States 90% silver proof quarters. Because of the high silver content of these coins these rings will not irritate your skin. The shank (width of the ring) of these rings measures approx. 6 to 7mm, the larger the ring the narrower the band becomes. These state quarter coin rings are great for travel souvenirs, going away gifts and even silver wedding bands. Rep your state and start a conversation with one of these unique rings!
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, Bracelet or Stacking Ring.
If you prefer a narrower band ring you can purchase one here
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NOTE: These are completely handmade, no two rings are exactly alike nor are they perfect. 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 only included if you add it to your purchase.
More information about the Territory quarters: The American Samoa quarter depicts the ava bowl ("tanoa"), whisk and staff in the foreground with a coconut tree on the shore in the background and the inscriptions, AMERICAN SAMOA and SAMOA MUAMUA LE ATUA, the motto of American Samoa, which means "Samoa, God is First." In 2009, the United States Mint minted and issued six quarter-dollar coins in honor of the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories: the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Each territory features a unique design on the reverse (tails) of the quarters, while the obverse design features George Washington and the words “United States of America,” “Quarter Dollar,” “Liberty,” and “In God We Trust”.
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