A ring or cincture.
A ring or round flange upon, surrounding, or against an object, and used for restraining motion within given limits, or for holding something to its place, or for hiding an opening around an object; as, a collar on a shaft, used to prevent endwise motion of the shaft; a collar surrounding a stovepipe at the place where it enters a wall. The flanges of a piston and the gland of a stuffing box are sometimes called collars.
a retaining ring which imparts a coin's edge, whether plain or reeded
A collar is a raised ring or flange of material on the head or shank of a fastener.
The retaining ring which holds the blank immediately before a coin is struck in a coining press. The collar stops the coin from excessive lateral movement and is responsible for any reeding, milling, lettering or designs that appear on the coin's edge.
The metal ring that holds the coin blank while it's being struck. If the collar is plain the edge of the coin will be plain, but collars are often used for imparting designs, lettering etc on coin edges.
a great symbol of meaning in my world, perhaps second only to a wedding ring in my mind
A metal ring used to surround the disc or template and to help center the motif being picked up by molten crystal.
a ring of feathers or hair placed immediately behind the head of the fly.
ring or flange, especially on pipe, to connect parts or prevent sideward motion.
A retaining ring of metal used to stop the coin spreading when struck by the dies during minting.
A ring that is used to hold the cane glass into place on a working piece.
A device present in a coining press to restrict the outward flow of metal during striking and to put the design, if any, on the edge of the coin
Threaded ring that holds the canopy to the ceiling on a chandelier
A device in a coining press used to restrict the outward flow of metal during striking. Allows the rounding of coins to be much more precise. Also, can be used to put an edge design on the coin.
A rim or ring on the inner side of an axle arm to prevent the wheel from binding.
the edge die of a coin that prevents the coin from spreading out when it is struck.
A metal piece that restrains the expanding metal of a coin during striking.
The metal ring or band, usually threaded, that allows the lamp burner to be attached to the lamp fount.
A circular steel ring, into which the planchet is set prior to striking. It serves to prevent the planchet from spreading out from the force of impact of the dies. If the coin is to have a reeded edge, these markings will be present on the collar, to be transferred to the planchet.
when a coin is struck the collar on the printing press surrounds the rim of the coin preventing the metal from flowing outside of the collar.
A thick metal ring, into which the planchet is deposited, used for making the reeded or smooth cylindrical edge on a coin. The collar keeps the planchet from expanding freely when it is struck by the dies.
1. A ring or flange, as on rods or pipes, to prevent sideward motion or to connect parts. 2. Reinforcement around the outer part of an item.