A really lovely little Antique British Victorian item, a hinged sovereign / coin holder. Not in bad condition overall, with a lovely pattern on it. The crest at the front appears blank so could be engraved with some initials perhaps. Comes with the penny pictured. Might make a good £1 holder for the trolley, something the Victorians didn't have a need for.
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Key Points about this item:
• Metal: Sterling Silver
• Other markings: Makers Mark of A.W, Lion Marking & Date stamp.
• Dimensions: 30mm round, 46mm long including the ring.
• Weight: 18g
• Age of piece: c.1897-8
• Overall condition: some minor knocks and dents consistent with age
• Finish: Polished with silver cloth
What we love about this piece:
♡ Historical item hallmarked as 1897-8
♡ Can be worn as a pendant
♡ Perfect for keeping a pound for the trolly in
♡ Front section is still blank and can be engraved
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