So silver quarters are usually made in the year 1964 or before. You can tell if it’s a silver quarter or not by if there’s any dual tone on the quarter.
Just like that. So it’s not too hard and not too soft and after about 3 hours or so you get to aboutthis level. Hello, and welcome to Core Wealth Management’s In Your Corner. In today’s climate of high … So now we’re going to take some drill bits and we’re going to take out the center ofit and make it into a ring. Okay so right now we have a little hole in there, just kind of like a little pilot hole. We just used just your normal metal bit. So now we’re going to take a bigger bit and go through that hole again and make itso we don’t have to file down as much once we get the edge.
So we started with a bigger bit but it was grabbing it and spinning it around. If we had a pair of pliers it would make this a lot easier…a pair of pliers that wouldn’tdamage the sides. Because if you grab it…when we first started doing this we grabbed the sides and you cansee it kind of nicks it right there. So we’re trying to avoid holding onto it with pliers as much as possible. But hopefully with the smaller bit we can get it without having it spin too much. Not going to happen. Alright, I’ve drilled it with a half inch and this is what it’s looking like.
Pretty good hole in there. Just get a file and just file it down. Something like this tool where it’s a little bit wider. Just put the ring on it and then just rub up and down and it will sand off. Alright, what you’ll do it you’ll put it over a bit like this and then smack itwith a hammer so it rounds out. Stainless steel like this and pound it around and it should go smooth on the inside.