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This fob (formally a watch fob) and now used as a charm has all the markings of a true antique piece of history. It has the lion passant on both the charm and the bale denoting that it is sterling silver (.925). It is from the Birmingham assay office with its anchor symbol and it has a lower case "g" that makes it 1906-1907. The English are very precise in their identification of their sterling pieces. This fob/charm has the added value of a 9 carat gold cartouche in the middle of the fob. It measures 1 by 1 1/2 inches and is in excellent condition. A great addition to your collection or the beginning of a new one. Thanks for your interest in this real beauty.
Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: Gold/Silver, Size: 1 by 1/2 inches
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50% OFF Gold and Sterling Silver Fob/Charm, Birmingham 1906-07
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