Die Struck Lapel Pins
With this most popular style of lapel pin, a die is used to stamp an impression onto a copper or iron sheet. Copper has a slight advantage over iron since it is a softer metal; therefore, when struck with the die, copper pins typically have sharper images. After being struck by the die, the many impressions are cut out to form individual pin faces. The pins can then either left in that state to give an attractive relief look or the recesses can be filled in with bold colored enamels.
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Prices include: - 8mm post, clutch attachment and up to (7) colors. Pins are individually poly bagged. Additional colors: add $0.05 per lapel pin.