This oboma coin is a gift from my friend and co-blogger, Kristine (and co-blogger) Jessica. I love that she’s so creative, and this coin was a personal favorite of hers. I made it out of silver, and I think it looks pretty cool and pretty cool.
oboma coins are an old Japanese tradition of giving someone a gift of something they’re trying to hide. The reason we have them is because we know that a person we love is trying to hide something from us, or we’re afraid of us, or something. But for some reason, oboma coins look really cool too, so I’m glad we have them.
obomas are generally made of precious metals. But that doesnt mean they can be hidden, so the designer of this coin decided to add a tiny bit of silver to give it a look thats a little more “obvious”. The oboma has a shiny silver finish, and the design is made with a thin layer of silver.
Some people might be put off by the oboma, but the fact that it is supposed to look like silver is really cool. Maybe it is just the fact that most people think silver is a shiny metal, I dont know. I think the oboma itself is a nice touch. It makes the coin look really cool and shiny without making it look like it has any real value.
The oboma coin is a cute detail that is just as well made as the coin itself. But is it all that well made or does it just look cool because all of us are trying to make money? I think the fact that the coin looks more like silver is well designed and not just because of the looks of it, but because there is a tiny bit of silver in it. I like the fact that it is an actual silver, not just a shiny metal.
The oboma coin is a fairly common element of Japanese coinage, but it is something of a rarity in the US. The oboma coin is actually a silver coin with a design of a golden obi leaf and a tiny gold ring. The obi leaf is the image of the obi-leaf of a Japanese bird of paradise, and the ring is the image of a tiny piece of gold attached to the obi leaf.
The oboma coin is actually a tiny piece of gold that was plated with silver, and the obi leaf is the image of a Japanese bird of paradise. Both of which are images of birds, so it must be silver! So it is not just a shiny metal, but it is a tiny bit of silver that is attached to the obi leaf. The result is a coin that looks as beautiful as it is useful.
The oboma coin is a very small amount of silver but it is a perfect one-to-one ratio of gold to silver. This makes it very, very difficult to counterfeit because the real thing is so much cheaper than the imitation. However, we can also make the coin and then cut off the obi leaf so that we can re-attach the real gold to the obi leaf.
Our friend, Dr. Aoki, has devised a way to get the real coin back. He has a way to attach the gold to the obi leaf, but he also has a way to get the real coin back. And, once he has the real coin back, he is going to use the real coin to make an oboio coin.
Invented by Dr. Aoki, oboio coins are oboio coins that are produced by cutting the real gold off of the obi of an oboio coin, and then reattaching the gold to the obi. The drawback is that the oboio coin is so expensive that it takes forever to make it, and we don’t really get to play with the technology until the coin is already made.