HOW TO CLEAN COPPER PENNIES - CLEAN COPPER PENNIES
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How To Clean Copper Pennies
- A former British coin and monetary unit equal to one twelfth of a shilling and one 240th of a pound
- (penny) a coin worth one-hundredth of the value of the basic unit
- Pennies is a formal team-based drinking game where players attempt to score points by successfully throwing a penny into opponents' glasses.
- A British bronze coin and monetary unit equal to one hundredth of a pound
- (penny) a fractional monetary unit of Ireland and the United Kingdom; equal to one hundredth of a pound
- A one-cent coin equal to one hundredth of a dollar
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- a ductile malleable reddish-brown corrosion-resistant diamagnetic metallic element; occurs in various minerals but is the only metal that occurs abundantly in large masses; used as an electrical and thermal conductor
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The "Copper Penny" medallion.
Challenge: How to do the nameplate? (I name all my stuff.) Hmmmm. Lincoln. Penny. Aha!
Material: Cut from a piece of scrap 1/2" thick Medium Density Overlay (MDO) playwood, sometimes called Freeway Sign Board. Designed for painting signs and exterior exposure, with smooth surfaces. I cut the circle using my bandsaw, via the common method of a small finish nail driven thru the stock down into a board below it on the bandsaw held by a helper (Shirley) onto work surface. Set so the cut is 3.5" off the nail center, to yield the desired diameter of 7". Sand a bit to clean up the saw marks and ease the arrisses.
The "penny" paint job was courtesy of my good friend and sign artist Ron W. I dropped by his barn on Monday with nothing but a penny in my pocket and a concept in mind. On a note pad, I drew a circle, with a blob for Lincoln's head and the basic text I had in mind. I was fully confident that Ron would take it from there. As usual, Ron came through, 24-hours later, exceeding expectations! I love it!
Note: "Liberty" was left be. That's important. Alternatives were considered, but I decided that word must remain as written.
in science class we wanted to see wich side of a penny could hold more water. so we took eye droppers and slowly dropped tiny drops onto a penny. and suprizengly(sp) the most out of the class (my group) held 51 drops! it was amazing. when we dropped the water on the penny it sorta "bubbled" as you see in this picture. i liked how it looked and came home,reinacted it and took pictures
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