- Genuine 1959 English shilling coin
- Strong 25mm split ring
- This coin is circulated and will show signs of age
- Gift boxed
A genuine 1959 young Queen Elizabeth English shilling keychain.
Historically, a shilling was given to new recruits when they enlisted into the British Army or Navy – this is where the phrase ‘to take the King’s shilling’ or ‘to take the Queens shilling’ originates from.
The shilling has been cleaned, polished and hung on a 25mm strong split ring.
This cupronickel coin is approx 23mm in diameter (just under an inch) and hangs a total length of approx 55mm.
Please remember that this coin is circulated and will show signs of age and wear.
The keyring comes in it's own hard branded gift box.
- Colour: Silver
|Brand||A Silver Dream|
Detailed Product Information
|Material||cupronickel coin, alloy split ring|