Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by JCro57, Mar 24, 2021.
I am working on a couple plaques on the wall, and a few displays, that discuss the floor.
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I did keep track. there will be a contest around June or July
the walls will have a few displays about the floor
Definitely need to use a sealer first. Very similar to the porous floor or wall tile before grouting. Part of the issue will be to keep the sealer from collecting in the areas you want to grout and keeping grout out of the recessed devices of the coins.
Love it! I also love History! Part of the reason I love coin collecting, I guess? Very good idea, outstanding design, great workmanship, and, from the comments, I think one of the most popular posts that I've seen! I hope you put one Memorial cent with the reverse side up, as you did with the one wheat back, just to show all aspects of the Lincoln Cent. Very good, I'm impressed!
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That's some dedication. I'm impressed
The dark areas inside the Lincoln Memorial are all reverse side up
Ooh, now, I would love that for a coffee table.
Tell her she has color options. If you want a different look, you could go for dateless buffalo nickels. Might cost more, but that sleek metal look would be nice and modern. And a backsplash isn't a huge area.
Just a thought. You could complete the bottom with the year 2009 made of the reverse side of the 2009 Lincoln Bicentennial Cents. Each digit could be made with one of the four different designs.
Job very well done!
I'm impressed Mr. Math teacher...you certainly have additional skill sets.
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