A very cool banknote charm from the 1970's! Made of 9ct yellow gold the piece is English hallmarked, dating the gold frame to year 1976, and London origin. Enclosed appears to be an Australian one dollar banknote which was withdrawn in 1984 and now often being collected as souvenirs. Alas, this banknote appears to be torn. Many of these funky bank note charms were made with shilling or pound banknotes, and refer to funds being used in an emergency, and often associated with 'good luck'! On the reverse reads "Real Currency Note" in black print on aqua-green paper. Both rests behind clear plastic inserts. There is a pretty faceted gold frame to both sides of the charm, displaying a wonderful gleam at every turn. A ring and jump ring attaches to the top of the charm allowing you to thread your favorite necklace through, or the charm may also be suitable for wear on a bracelet!
A fun gold charm. A great gift for the avid charm collector... or that someone special about to embark on a big holiday! The perfect little addition on a gold necklace, or bracelet!