|The pictures below show larger views of all (19) Different Miscellaneous United States Coin Related Items in this lot. The second picture below has most of the items flipped over. This accumulated lot has various coins, altered coins advertising coin items, and coin jewelry items. Included in this lot are the following:|
There is a silver colored metal tie tack pin. It has three miniature 1903 Indian head cents.
There is a 1909-S Lincoln wheat cent key chain fob. This is not a real coin and it was not made very well. It comes with a bead keychain.
There is an unused 1914-D Lincoln cent ''Rare Coin Series'' key ring with a tag from Preferred Advertising Inc. of Berkeley, Missouri.
Next is a 1919 Lincoln wheat back cent. It pushed out from the center and has a hole to be used as a charm.
There are (2) reverse impressions on lead (front and back) of a 1937 Lincoln wheat back cent.
There is an old metal Lincoln ''LUCKY PENNY'' pendant charm. It has Lincoln's portrait, a four leaf clover, and it reads: ''FRATERNAL - LIBERTY - EQUALITY - LUCKY PENNY''.
There is a large Lincoln Memorial cent with advertising for ''JHF''. We do not know what this company is.
Next is a 2002 Lincoln Memorial cent pin. The penny is on a red ribbon with a glittered back section on a pin. We are not sure what this pin was for.
There is an old metal Buffalo nickel design clothing button.
There is a 1920 Buffalo nickel with a pushed out center (Buffalo side up). It was probably to be used as jewelry.
Next is a two part Jefferson nickel necklace pendant charm. It has two Jefferson nickels with their centers pushed out (front and back). They are connected by a charm loop. The obverse coin showing is a 1969-D nickel.
There is an old (unknown date) silver Mercury dime head cut out necklace pendant. The cut out head is mounted on black plastic and it is mounted on a hand made metal heart. There is a hole at the top.
Next is another different old (unknown date) silver Mercury dime cut our coin charm. It has the Mercury head, ''LIBERTY'' and the coin edge remaining.
There is a miniature 1914-D Mercury dime jewelry charm. It has a purple colored coating on each side.
There is a Roosevelt joke or toy ring. It has a copy of the front of a Roosevelt dime and it reads ''DIME AND RING''. It makes a good joke for a woman who wants a Diamond Ring.
Next there is a real 2003 Alabama State quarter. It has a colorful imprinted Helen Keller back side. We guess that it was made to be collected. Perhaps the other state quarters were made like this. We do not know for sure.
There is a bolo neck tie with a silver colored metal horse shoe coin holder slide and metal tips. The coin holder is for a U.S. half dollar.
The last item in this lot is a Sacagawea dollar coin copy necklace pendant charm. It reads: ''AMERICAN INDIAN RELIEF COUNCIL - IN GOD WE TRUST - 20111 - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - LIMITED EDITION REPRODUCTION COPY''.
All of these coin novelty or odd ball items for one price! To judge the sizes the large Lincoln cent measures 3-1/2'' wide. These items appear to vary from poor to mint condition as pictured.