|Condition:||VF (Very Fine)|
Spain - Fernando VI, (1746–1759) 1/2 escudo in gold, struck at the mint of Madrid in 1757, assayer JB.
Coin weight: 1.70 g. 900/1000 gold. Diameter: 15 mm. Good general condition and nice colour. Date, mint and assayer perfectly visible. This numismatic piece is inlaid in 18 kt gold jewel. Handmade pendant in gold with the antique filigree technique (made from gold thread) creating beautiful round geometrical combinations. It come with filigree ring to be used as pendant. Total weight of the jewel including coin: 5.40 grams of gold.
This is a unique, original and completely handmade piece, it's not a standardized job.
Please have a look at the photos to get a better impression. Beautiful piece in hand!
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|Member since:||January 8, 2016|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: ALCALA LA REAL (JAEN), Spain.
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