An enamel German postcard charm with two four leaf clovers against an off-white background. There are the words Jahrhandert Neue, which translates to New Century, referring to the turn of the 20th Century. The year is also written on the front, 1901. So the meaning is good luck for the new century. The back of the postcard shows an enamel postmark that looks like Baden Baden '99, referring to 1899, and a stamp in enamel and the lined postcard format for address and the word POSTKARTE at the top. There is some loss of enamel on the edges, revealing the brass alloy metal beneath, on the top of the front and the side of the back, but this is such a rare and unique charm that this really adds to the fact of the age of this sweet charm and its museum quality. It is a true one of a kind. The charm measures 3/4" by 1/2" and weighs 4.4 grams.