We are in awe of this 9ct Gold 'emergency money' one pound note charm! Her one pound note is coiled inside a glass cylinder, sealed by two buttery 9ct Gold lids. She is a fun charm that carries a lot of history!
This vintage pendant is known as an 'emergency money' charm with the idea that you break the glass open when you are in need of money. This is a real testament to the pre-decimal era. Pair her with a dainty Gold chain and have a fun piece of jewellery for everyday wear.
ERA: Late 20th Century, c.1976.
MEASUREMENTS: Cylinder charm measures 26.5mm long x 12.5mm wide.
MATERIALS: 9ct Gold top and bottom, Glass cylinder, One Pound Note.
HALLMARKS: ZLD makers mark, Crown, 375, Leopard's Head, date letter 'B' for the year 1976.
PACKAGING: Your order will be gift-wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.
VERY GOOD: This 9ct Gold 'emergency money' one pound note charm is in very good condition! Her glass remains intact and firmly attached to her two 9ct Gold lids, which only have minor surface wear on either end. Her one pound note is perfectly coiled in place ready to be used in a time of need!