Actually, they want the main award design on the axe head and smaller plaques on the handle for each annual recipient...also chrome. i think I will pass on this one and suggest they sandblast a design into the head for contrast. thanks for all the input!
I've been asked to engrave lettering on a chrome plated axe head that will be used for an award in the forestry service. I have not engraved on chrome plate, does anyone have any suggestions on how to do this or if I should pass on it?
I bought one of these last year as a fun shooter, am also thinking about engraving it. does yours have the dot punched import number on it as well? and the 3/8 inch ground out circle from the Spanish police markings? I need to figure out how o eliminate them.
A few years back I built my own air pulse machine (NOT one of the cannibalized air compressor machines you see on you tube) that used a digital timer and solenoid valve so that I could go from a single air pulse up to around 1,000 pulses per minute with my GRS handpiece. It worked fine. I'm...
It was the discovery piece for 1943 off metal strikes in copper, found and removed from circulation in 1947. The article makes it sound like it was recently found in some kid's lunch money, but that isn't the case.
The Denver mint example sold for 1.7 million because it is the only one from that mint. This piece is the discovery coin but there are about a dozen from the Philadelphia mint and should sell for 1/10 of the Denver piece. so what are you thinking?