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Black Irish One Pence Cufflinks

These Irish One Pence cufflinks are from the Heritage range, that used to be sold in hotel lobbies for £50.00 the pair. That was the British Heritage coin jewellery range. You get two real Irish pennies, the coins they used before the Euro made into two cufflinks ready for wearing. They will appeal to coin collectors whether they are Irish or not. Here we present the Cufflinks in Black.
£9.50
Picture of Canada Gold Plated Beaver Cufflinks

Canada Gold Plated Beaver Cufflinks

Canada Gold Plated Beaver Cuff Links. From Canada a set of cuff links with their national symbol the Beaver. This pair of real coins is gold plated and ready to wear. We bought the last 90 pairs they had. No box, No £19.95 price, Just £9.95 and no worry. The beaver is a very industrious animal and can build dams with just their front teeth and paws. But don’t try and fight them, they can defend their territory with great vigour something the Canadians are known for. Beautifully gold plated, the pair just £9.95 but only 90 pairs available at this price or any price. Wear them with pride.
£8.95
Picture of Canada, Cuffkinks, 1c Maple Leaf  Black

Canada, Cuffkinks, 1c Maple Leaf Black

From Canada a set of cufflinks with their national symbol the Maple Leaf. This pair of real coins is gold plated and ready to wear. We bought the last 90 pairs they had. No box, No £19.95 price, Just £9.95 and no worries. The use of the maple leaf as a Canadian symbol dates back to the early 18th century, and is depicted on its current and previous flags, the penny, and on the coat of arms (or royal arms).
£9.95
Cream Irish One Pence Cufflinks

Cream Irish One Pence Cufflinks

These Irish One Pence cufflinks are from the Heritage range, that used to be sold in hotel lobbies for £50.00 the pair. That was the British Heritage coin jewellery range. You get two real Irish pennies, the coins they used before the Euro made into two cufflinks ready for wearing. They will appeal to coin collectors whether they are Irish or not. Here we present the Cufflinks in Cream.
£9.50
Picture of George VI, Wren Cufflinks Dark Blue

George VI, Wren Cufflinks Dark Blue

George VI Wren cufflinks in dark blue, produced from coins. In very limited supply.
£9.95
Picture of Irish Rabbit Cufflinks

Irish Rabbit Cufflinks

Irish Rabbit Cufflinks in green, produced from coins. In very limited supply.
£19.95
Picture of New Zealand Cuff Links Green

New Zealand Cuff Links Green

Pre-decimal Sixpence showing a Hula bird and Queen Elizabeth II is on the other side. These have been gold plated and then coloured in green. Green was a Maori colour for their jade which was widely used. These are beautiful cuff links, no box but a wonderful price of just £9.95 the pair. Wonderful for someone from New Zealand or a bird fancier. Supplies are of course limited. They look great!
£9.95
Picture of Singapore Sea Horse Cufflinks Black

Singapore Sea Horse Cufflinks Black

Singapore Seahorse cufflinks in black, produced from coins. In very limited supply.
£9.95
Picture of Singapore, Seahorse Gold Plated Cufflinks

Singapore, Seahorse Gold Plated Cufflinks

Singapore officially the Republic of Singapore is an island country in Southeast Asia. It gained independence from the UK in 1963, becoming a sovereign nation in 1965. After a difficult infancy, the nation developed rapidly as an Asian Tiger economy. Each one of these real 10 cents (in almost new un-circulated condition) coins from Singapore have been transformed with great craftsmanship into a pair of cuff links. This turns these coins into stunning miniature works of art. Each coin is hermetically sealed against wear in clear, hard acrylic coating to make a unique pair of cufflinks.
£9.95
Indian Head 5 Cents Cufflinks Gold Plated

United States of America, Indian Head 5 Cents Cufflinks Gold Plated

One of the most loved American coin is the Buffalo nickel or 5 cent coin, issued between 1913 and 1938. Of course it is not a buffalo although everyone calls it that. It is in fact a bison. On one side you have the buffalo and on the other side you have a Native American Indian. This gold plated cufflink has the Native American Indian head featured on the reverse of the 5 cent bufallo nickel on top.
£8.95
Indian Head 5 Cents Cufflinks Green

United States of America, Indian Head 5 Cents Cufflinks Green

One of the most loved American coin is the Buffalo nickel or 5 cent coin, issued between 1913 and 1938. Of course it is not a buffalo although everyone calls it that. It is in fact a bison. On one side you have the buffalo and on the other side you have a Native American Indian. This gold green cufflink has the Native American Indian head featured on the reverse of the 5 cent bufallo nickel on top.
£9.95