Leather Works Spin Coins

Leather Works Spin Coins

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Your coin collection just got a whole lot cooler. Made from actual U.S Read More

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Daphoenix
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Nov 18, 2017
If you buy these stupid little trinkets and crap like fidgit spinners then you are not a real man, real men don't have time to be little girls (pussies) !!!!!
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Right...coming from a tacticool guy who likes painting, urban bee keeping and dressing up like star wars characters.
CNX047
27
Jul 2, 2017
Is this a joke?
OneLove
2949
Jul 3, 2017
A hammer and two guys with spin coins walk into a bar...?
it-man
720
Jul 2, 2017
Isn't it illegal to destroy currency?
Cabezon
113
Jul 8, 2017
Why would "central bank" care? They Are a private bank and they make a profit selling the government coins and bills
it-man
720
Jul 8, 2017
Works slightly differently in New Zealand I think.
TwistedLogic
0
Jul 2, 2017
I hear you can make these yourself with a .22 and a quarter
OneLove
2949
Jul 3, 2017
"In god we trust", stamped on money. The oldest joke in history. (Jesus is rolling in his grave) :)
OneLove
2949
Jul 3, 2017
No pepsi 4U.
sarsinajar
3
Jul 2, 2017
just as dumb as fidget spinners. for those actually buying this drop, you're suckers.
guttersnipe
15
Jul 2, 2017
*you're
glennac
1361
Jul 3, 2017
LOL! Trolls will be trolls. 🤣
Batchmox
31
Jul 1, 2017
Slapfight about the legality of defacing currency aside, is anyone else weirded out by a coin featuring John F. Kennedy with a hole taken out of his head?
OneLove
2949
Jul 1, 2017
🤣
InkyPinky
7
Jul 1, 2017
Section 331 of Title 18 of the US code provides criminal oenalties for anyone who " fraudulently alters, defaces, mutilates, impairs, diminishes, falsifies, scales or lightens any of the coins coined at the Mints of the United States."
So how is the company selling this item??? Inquiring minds want to know. Thanks.
KMeidenbauer
9
Jul 1, 2017
The key word in this is fraudulently. It is illegal to alter coins in order to change their value. However, modifying them for purposes such as art and entertainment is perfectly legal, in the USA.
Cabezon
113
Jul 3, 2017
Ya ever see one of those penny smashers? This question was answered 100 years ago
Nomad
150
Jul 1, 2017
Here is a great tip for any spinning surface toy! Take a big framed picture (glass) off the wall and lay it on a flat surface, like the ground or counter. Glass is flat and very hard and smooth! Also the frame will keep it from falling off.
RNJohn
52
Apr 30, 2017
These coins are a blast to spin, I am really glad I bought them.
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