At Obverse Rings, they pick coins that will make good quality rings.The coin rings displayed in this Catalog are the rings what we have pre made for your quick needs.. All rings are hand forged. All rings are custom made by year, coin type, orientation, finish and then sized to fit.
The “Victory nickel”, struck from 1943 to 1945, was the first non-standard circulating Canadian coin other than commemorative dollars; the reverse features a flaming torch and a large V that stands for both Victory and the coin’s denomination. The rim denticles were replaced by the phrase “We win when we work willingly” in Morse Code. This design was re-used in 2005 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of V-E Day. Almost uniquely in the history of Canadian coinage, the reverse was engraved to scale by Thomas Shingles; most coin designs are engraved at a much larger scale and reduced with a pantograph.