231 year old 22ct gold George III Guinea pendant - dated 1791 - 8.5gms
A stunning but worn 231 year old George III Spade Guinea in fair to poor condition
Dated 1791 this has been worn on an Albert pocket watch chain and poor King George looks a little faded
8gms of 22ct gold and comes with a 9ct rose gold surmount so can be fitted on a pendant
Not one for the purist or a coin collector but you’re buying over 200 years of history
Just think what’s happened since then. This gold coin has seen numerous Presidents, Kings & Queens, the Industrial Revolution and even when Sheffield United last won the FA Cup in 1925, that’s how old it is
Free shipping and comes in a Sheffield Goldsmiths gift pouch
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