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An exquisite antique Edwardian Sovereign case made in Birmingham by Levi & Salaman in 1902. The large, round case is modelled in sterling silver and features a lid on top that swings to the right to reveal a silver coin slot that can be pushed down to insert the sovereign.
The pendant is chased with elaborate foliate engraving on the back and front and a ring of ivy leaves around the lid. It’s highly collectable and complete with Birmingham hallmarks, the maker’s mark, a Wilcox’s patent and a long sterling silver rope chain to display it on.
WEIGHT: Case 25.2 grams – 39.4 grams with chain
MEASURES: Height 34mm (46mm inc. loop) x Width 33mm x Depth 16mm – Coin slot 22 x 22mm – Chain Length 28 inches x Width 3mm
METAL: Sterling Silver (Stamped)
AGE: Edwardian. (Dated 1902)
MARKS: Birmingham hallmarks, Sterling lion stamp, Maker’s mark (L&S), Wilcox’s patent, Grevete S.D.G.D
ITEM NUMBER: 23-710
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