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Peter Pitchford
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For some time I have been in contact with an artist from the west coast about a project and it is officially ready. He is making for me custom, hand-made coin rings. The rings are absolutely beautiful and he makes them in any coin that is available in any year. If you are a quarter guy, he can make them in any state quarter. He can make them in walking liberties, 1964 kennedys, Morgans, Peace dollars, Franklin halves, you name it, he can do it.

Take a look at some of the pics:

I will be selling these on my lecture tour. The dates and locations so far are as follows:

- IBM 165 in Collingswood, NJ – April 5th
- Trickzone Philly – April 9th
- SAM 35 in Poughkeepsie, NY – April 13th
- SAM 252 in Fairfax, VA – April 15th
- IBM 59 in New Haven, CT – May 3rd
- SAM 118 in Nashua, NH – May 5th
- SAM 17 in Springfield, MA – May 7th
- IBM 6 in Springfield, PA – May 10th
- SAM 24 in Latham, NY – May 11th
- IBM 23 in Cleveland, OH – June 9th
- IBM 68 in Toledo, OH – June 10th
- IBM 123 in Long Branch, NJ – Sept 22nd
- SAM 141 in Columbia, MD – November 8th

If you are interested but don't live near any of these locations, you can contact me directly or visit my website:

These are THE rings to use for Ring Thing, D'Ring, ring & string, or any other ring routine you might like.

I hope you like them.

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Can attest to the beautiful coin rings Peter speaks of. Have received mine from him using my birth year walking liberty half dollar silver coin. Can be customized using any part of the coin. Personally I like the year and rising sun on the coin to show, which causes immediate interest and becomes an icebreaker for my ring and rubberband or ring and string routines. Of course with a matching coin can quickly be transformed into the ring or vice-versa. Have been looking for the perfect ring for my routines, even posted looking for ring sources not long ago here on the Café. Found it! Do not know Peter, other than emails, nor do I have any affiliation with Peter or his artist. Just trying to guide fellow Magic Café members to a good reasonably priced ring source. Enjoy, John
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