+Marky Posted December 16, 2005 Share Posted December 16, 2005 We don't have the samples in hand yet, but we got some sample photos back. Look at the difference between the soft enamel finish as compared to the imitation hard enamel. It's good to know the difference, as you really should know which one you are going to go with when designing the art. The imitation hard enamel is nearly flush with the raised metal, and is polished (and as a result, I think the metal is polished somewhat as well). Imitation Hard Enamel Front - Antique Silver Soft Enamel Front - Antique Silver Imitation Hard Enamel Front - Antique Bronze Back - Antique Silver Back - Antique Gold We are leaning towards the Antique Silver, as it makes the nano cache look more realistic to us. Just a reminder, these are going to be just for trade. I'll put up a coin edition over on cointracking.com when I get the coins in hand to help keep track of the trades. --Marky Quote Link to comment
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