Do you call Missouri home or have ties to the area? If so, this vintage 14K State of Missouri charm would make a nice addition to charm bracelet. The charm is in the shape of the state with the cities Hannibal, Kansas, St. Louis, Springfield, and Jefferson City written in raised lettering. The phrase "THe Welfare of the People Shall Be the Supreme Law" is also written in raised lettering across the top of the state. The charm weighs 1.7 grams and measures 5/8" in length x 1/2" in width. The back is stamped with 14K, but it is difficult to read, so when tested with acid, it held at 14K. Consistent with time and wear, there are the normal minor surface scratches, but overall, the charm is in very good condition. Check out the pictures for a closer look.
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