Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
  • Lade das Bild in den Galerie-Viewer, Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
  • Lade das Bild in den Galerie-Viewer, Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
  • Lade das Bild in den Galerie-Viewer, Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
  • Lade das Bild in den Galerie-Viewer, Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
  • Lade das Bild in den Galerie-Viewer, Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
  • Lade das Bild in den Galerie-Viewer, Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V
  • Lade das Bild in den Galerie-Viewer, Antique Necklace *  1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V

Antique Necklace * 1912 Newfoundland Solid Silver 20cent Coin with King George V

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$115.00
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$115.00
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This Silver Coin is from 1912 and is strung on an 18” solid Sterling Silver, 1.2mm “Snake Chain”. It has King George V on the backside. 

You have the option to choose the beautiful 18” Sterling Silver ball chain instead. Please note, there is only ONE coin but you have the choice of chain.

If you chose the snake chain this piece comes  in a surprise vintage jewellery container.

The Newfoundland 20 cent coins were introduced in 1865 and struck until 1912, although there are many years which were not struck. The standard was 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper, 23.19 mm diameter, weighing 4.71 grams.