A vintage 9ct gold charm that has very good detailing. It is a British driving licence that has a raised crest to the front and reads DRIVING LICENCE. It opens to its original papers. The inside cover reads CAR INDEX No and the opposite side has the paper licence glued to it. It reads WESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL and shows a charge of 15/- (Those were the days). The back of the charm has the impression of script and a full hallmark for London 1960 and a makers mark of IJ Ltd. It is in very good vintage condition and will enhance any collection. It measures approx. 2cm x 1.2cm and weighs 3.9g.
The price of gold has risen significantly recently so lots more items are now being sold as scrap and are being put into the melting pot so grab these vintage items while you still can.