Weighs approx 1.2 grams and is 19mm wide. Stamped 14k to the rear. Nice condition.
Weighs approx 3.6 grams, the 5 pointed star is 17mm wide ex the gavel. Stamped 14k to the rear. Tiny crack to the white enamel, otherwise nice condition.
Exact age unknown, but looking at how it was constructed / uniform etc it dates from the mid to late 1800s to the very early 1900s. Appears to be made of fired clay with a thin plaster overlay. Losses as per photo’s, measures 16.8cms high,...
Weighs approx 1.6 grams and is 18.9mm high x 16.4 wide. Makers name to rear, W. C. FINCK and stamped 14K.
Recently purchased from the USA, possibly a shipwreck coin, the denomination & date are unknown. It has been suggested that it is possibly from the Atocha wreck and was originally purchased from the Mel Fisher website. Unable to...
Presented to E Shaw, 1913. Rear is stamped 9ct, 40mm high & weighs approx 4 grams. Great condition.
Weighs approx 13.1 grams, stamped 15c to rear and measures 55 mms high x 35 mms wide. Full details engraved to rear. No history is known about the item.
Weighs approx 2.3 grams & measures 12mm high x 11mm wide, front is tarnished and needs a clean, stamped 14k to rear and the front is engraved 1951. The surface of the Garnet exhibits some wear.
Engraved THE ARCHDEACON STONE MEDAL AWARD 1930 ELSA BOCKER In superb / stunning condition. Weighs 7.8 grams & measures 27mm wide x 39mm high. The rear is stamped 9ct with a makers mark H&Co...
Stamped 15ct to rim, engraved and dated 1914. Weighs approx 7.2grams.
The rear is stamped 14K, with what appears to be the makers name FOLGER 180 BROADWAY, NEW YORK 16.5mm high and weighs 2.4 grams, very nice condition.