A wonderful and unusual American coin conversion pendant necklace! This unique piece features four 22k gold American Indian Head $2.5 coins and one solid gold American Indian Head $5 coin in the center. The coins are suspended from a simple 9k gold rolo chain via 14k gold coin frames, so the coins are preserved and can be removed from the necklace without issue. The coins range in age and consist of years 1909 on the $5 coin, two of the $2.5 coins read 1929, 1912, and 1927. The fronts of the coins are decorated with a Native American Chief's head adorned with a ceremonial headdress and jewelry as well as stars along the border and the word "LIBERTY" embossed at the top of the coin. The reverse side of each coin bolsters a proud bald eagle atop a branch with the typical print found on the backs of collectible Indian Head coins. The necklace comes together at a simple spring ring clasp, marked "375" for gold purity. A very unique vintage conversion piece, it makes a perfect everyday accessory!
Measurements: The necklace is 16" in length. The $2.5 coins measure just shy of 3/4" in diameter, and the $5 coin measures slightly more than 3/4" in diameter.
Condition: The overall condition of the pendant and chain is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the sterling chain or coin and the diamond is intact. The clasps are secure and in good working condition.