This sterling double link charm bracelet is in very good condition. This has a mixture of sterling and non-sterling charms. I'll do my best to describe each charm and if it is sterling or not. Unfortunately, many charms are sold in stores are sold as sterling. Some may even be marked sterling or "ster" but are not. A simple magnet test can quickly differentiate which is not and they are visibly not sterling. Some need to be acid tested. So have a seat, grab a cup of coffee because this may take a few minutes!
The first charms is an 1853 III cent coin, Horseshoe with State of Florida hanging in between stamped sterling, Reno, Nevada slot machine (sterling and stamped so), Oil derricks (not sterling), Mormon Temple (stamped sterling but not), Crab (sterling), California banner (sterling), Redwood or Cypress Tree (sterling and stamped so), A very nice Yellowstone Old Faithful Charm (sterling), Seal (stamped sterling but not), Happy Birthday circular charm stamped sterling, Cactus (not), Reticulating Florida Sunshine State (stamped sterling but not), Diamond Solitaire Charm (sterling but not a real diamond, dang!), Clear Ball Charm (not sterling), Rocky Mtn. National Park Gold Miner with pan (sterling), a very nice Old Typewriter (Danecraft and sterling), Covered Wagon (sterling), watering can (not sterling), Rotary Dial Telephone (stamped "ster" but not sterling), Tree with Montana Envelope attached (sterling), Christ of the Ozarks charm, (no marks but acid tests sterling).
Wow! Twenty two charms in all. Total weight is 69.8 grams or 2.46 ounces including non-sterling charms. The two link bracelet has a nice safety chain as well.