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Old Metal Pocket Knife Pendant or Fob with Encased 1956 British Farthing Coin
Item #k589
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The picture below shows a larger front and back view of this Old Metal Pocket Knife Pendant or Fob with Encased 1956 British Farthing Coin. This knife could be used as a necklace pendant, a pocket watch fob, or as a key chain fob. The pocketknife is made of steel and the coin is believed to be copper. One side has Queen Elizabeth II and the other side has a bird. It is marked on the knife blade as follows:

RICHARDS
SHEFFIELD
ENGLAND

The opened pocket knife measures 1'' x 3-13/16'' x 1/8''. It appears to be in excellent condition with a tarnish spot on the coin as pictured.

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Old Metal Pocket Knife Pendant or Fob with Encased 1956 British Farthing Coin


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