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"This is an absolutely gorgeous belt. In fact, it looks better in person than it does in the picture! Also, I ordered this belt with a custom color and it came out absolutely fantastic (dark chocolate brown). I had a bit of a problem with the first belt they sent me, but Monica handled it quickly and professionally. I had a replacement belt within a few days, custom color and all. It's a very nicely tooled, thick, sturdy belt that will last me for years. The level of customer service I got was outstanding (preliminary questions, custom color/order specifications, problem resolution, etc.), so I'll definitely be back to buy more things in the future!"
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100 Gold Shields

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SKU: OD73
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The 100 Gold Shields Centen was coined during the reign of Felipe IV in 1637. The 100 Gold Shields is a great item to add to your replica coin collection. It would also be a great piece to take to reenactments. This coin features amazing details and is made by Denix.

Key Features:

  • Authentic Size
  • Amazing Detail
  • For Decorative Purposes Only

Measurements:

  • Diameter: 1.5 Inches

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The coin is solidly constructed, with the only blemish being a section of the edge, where you can see where the two sides were laminated together. The coin is shiny, golden, and has a realistic weight.
Reviewed by John  N
2/19/2015 11:28:57 AM