My Copper Silver Brass Johnson gimmick is loosing its paint every time I polish the Chinese coin. I no longer polish the coins.
Does anyone know how I should go about repainting the Johnson Chinese coin? This is not an easy task because of the Chinese symbols.
What paint should I use?
I hope some of you have a useful solution because I do not think buying a new set is reasonable.
Discuss your favorite close-up tricks and methods.
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I used to fill in the areas with modeling paint and then sand the stuff off the raised areas with fine grain paper FLAT on the table, and rub the coin over it.Originally posted by pierredan:
...Does anyone know how I should go about repainting the Johnson Chinese coin? This is not an easy task because of the Chinese symbols.
Can make some nice odd colored coins that way too.
Mundus vult decipi -per Caleb Carr's story Killing Time
Try contacting Johnson Products. I was told at one time that all their coins come with a lifetime warranty, and if the coins are worn they may very well replace it. Worth a try. I don't know how to contact them, check with your local dealer.