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Pewter Elizabeth I Coin Pendant

SKU: WR-PE1P
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Price:  $10.00 

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This Pewter Elizabeth I Coin pendant is made from lead-free pewter and is supplied on a waxed cord. The information card is full color on the front and has historical information on the reverse. The Pewter Elizabeth I Coin Pendant is a great gift idea for that special someone in your life or everyday use for youself. During the 16th century there were many different coins in circulation. They were the gold ryal that was introduced during the reign of Henry VII and the gold angel. There were also crowns, half-crowns, groats, half-groats, sixpences and farthings. During the mid-16th century, a common labourer would make around one shilling per day. All coins were made from silver or gold, including pennies.

Key Features

  • Crafted From Lead-free Pewter
  • A Perfect Accent To Your Outfit
  • Can Be Worn On Occasion Or Everyday