Victorian Silver Shilling Coin, Brooch, Pin "To Pay The Carriage Fare' Dated 1892
A sterling silver mount with a shilling coin, worn as a brooch. These brooches were popular in the Victorian era, they were worn as fashionable accessories and a convenient way to carry money for a carriage fare.
The coin can be removed and worn displaying either side (Queen Victoria's profile or crest).
Complete with T-bar and C-clasp fitting.
Highly collectable, this brooch would make a delightful and original gift for a christening, graduation or 21st birthday!
METAL: Sterling Silver
WEIGHT: 8.5 grams.
DATE: Victorian (1837 to 1901)
PRODUCT CODE: BR022
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