14K and 18K gold bezels. Coin Pendants, rings, money clips, cufflinks

Coin Jewelry

 

Our coin jewelry is classic in design and hand-crafted using top materials by experienced goldsmiths who work only with coins and deliver top quality without damaging the coin. If you don't see what you want below, you can always request custom mounting service for any of the coins we have for sale in our Online Store only. (usually the process takes about 3 weeks). If you are interested in custom mounting, please let us know and we will give you an estimate on the piece.

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 Gold Coin Jewelry

Seville, Spain, cob 2 escudos, Philip II or III, assayer not visible, mounted in 14K. Seville, Spain, cob 2 escudos, Philip II or III, assayer not visible, mounted in 14K gold. Good full cross (well centered), partial shield, much peripheral flatness but otherwise XF, with nicely contrasting sediment in crevices. m031203526001 $1,875
Seville, Spain, cob 1 escudo, Philip III, assayer not visible, mounted in 18K. Nearly full cross, full shield, lightly toned VF, popular as the same type of gold cob found on the Atocha (1622). Seville, Spain, cob 1 escudo, Philip III, assayer not visible, mounted in 18K. Nearly full cross, full shield, lightly toned VF, popular as the same type of gold cob found on the Atocha (1622). a111216111003 $1,595
Roman Empire, AV solidus, Theodosius II (402-450 AD), Constantinople mint, mounted in 14K. Roman Empire, AV solidus, Theodosius II (402-450 AD), Constantinople mint, mounted in 14K gold. Helmeted, diademed, cuirassed bust facing, holding spear over shoulder and shield. Theodosius standing, facing, holding labarum and cross on globe. Nice XF with lustrous fields, good strike. m081116111024 $1,750

 Shipwreck Coin Jewelry

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Potosi, Bolivia, cob 8 reales, 1679V, from the Consolacion (1681), mounted in 14K. Faint but visible pillars-and-waves and cross, toned but with surface corrosion as usual, clear date 79, sturdy mounting, cross-side out. Potosi, Bolivia, cob 8 reales, 1679V, from the Consolacion (1681), mounted in 14K gold. Full cross and pillars with clear date but all a bit "washed out" from corrosion, good toning. m081103414004 $695

Spanish Colonial Coin Jewelry

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Potosi, Bolivia, cob 2 reales, Philip III, assayer B, mounted cross-side out in 14K.  Potosi, Bolivia, cob 2 reales, Philip III, assayer B, mounted cross-side out in 14K gold.  Good full cross-lions-castles, full shield, Fine for wear with hint of toning. m081103414001 $595
Potosi, Bolivia, cob 2 reales, Philip IV, assayer not visible, mounted in 14K. Potosi, Bolivia, cob 2 reales, Philip IV, assayer not visible, mounted in 14K gold. Full but slightly crude cross and shield, some dark fields, mounted cross-side out. m081103414013 $495
Potosi, Bolivia, cob 1/2 real, 1703, mounted cross-side out in 14K.   Madrid, Spain, milled 2 reales "pistareen," Charles III, 1760JP, mounted in silver/leather bracelet. AVF with full details, no problems, dark streak on shield side but overall a nice steel-gray color. m061104191201 $195

 Ancient Greek Coin Jewelry

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Istros, Ancient Greece, silver stater, 400-350 BC, head and inverted head on obverse, sea eagle on reverse, mounted in 14K gold. Total weight: 8.1 grams. Max. diameter: 19mm. Choice VF+, lightly toned and problem-free, bold design. Istros, Ancient Greece, silver stater, 400-350 BC, head and inverted head on obverse, sea eagle on reverse, mounted in 14K gold. Total weight: 8.1 grams. Max. diameter: 19mm. Choice VF+, lightly toned and problem-free, bold design. m011116111001 $750
Sikyon, Sikyonia (Ancient Greece), AR hemidrachm "dove," ca. 360-330 BC, mounted in 14K gold bezel..  Sikyon, Sikyonia (Ancient Greece), AR hemidrachm "dove," ca. 360-330 BC, mounted in 14K gold bezel. Chimaera standing left with raised forepaw / Dove flying left. Decent AVF with bold details (just worn) enhanced by toned fields, both the dove and chimaera complete. m081116111019 $475
Sikyon, Sikyonia (Ancient Greece), AE "dove," 3rd century BC, mounted in gold/silver. Sikyon, Sikyonia (Ancient Greece), AE dichalkon "dove," ca. 360-330 BC, mounted in sterling silver pendant with 14K prongs and bail. Warren group 5, 1st series, 5.3a; BCD Pelop 307.9. Chimaera standing left with raised forepaw / Dove flying left. Choice, dark XF with underlying luster, pedigreed to the BCD collection, plate coin #171 in Warren (1998). m081110111001 $325
Istros, Ancient Greece, silver stater, 400-350 BC, head and inverted head on obverse, sea eagle on reverse, mounted in 14K gold. Total weight: 8.1 grams. Max. diameter: 19mm. Choice VF+, lightly toned and problem-free, bold design. Corinth, Ancient Greece, AR stater "pegasus," 336-323 BC, mounted in sterling silver pendant with 14K prongs and bail. Pegasi-428; Ravel-1010. Pegasos flying left; koppa below / Helmeted head of Athena left; A-P flanking neck truncation, chimera behind. Well-centered VF with some toning, semi-lustrous fields with slight traces of surface corrosion. m071201191016 $695
Caria, Rhodes, AR drachm, 304-189 BC, Helios / rose, mounted in 18K gold superb and rare. Caria, Rhodes, AR drachm, 304-189 BC, Helios / rose, mounted in 18K gold superb and fine style. Head of Helios facing slightly right / Rose in bloom. Superb example, lustrous XF, well centerd and very bold, the bezel and bale bigger than usual..The portrait of Helios on this coin was based on thr great statue of Helios, the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. m081116111023 $1450
Macedonia (First Meris), Ancient Greece, AR tetradrachm, 168 or 158-149 BC, Amphipolis mint, mounted in sterling silver pendant with 14K prongs and bail. Very popular design Diademed head of Artemis right, with quiver over shoulder, in the center of a Macedonian shield; shield decorated with seven eight-pointed stars within double crescents / Club of Herakles within oak wreath; monograms around, thunderbolt to left. Bold VF, lightly toned and well detailed, some luster. Macedonia (First Meris), Ancient Greece, AR tetradrachm, 168 or 158-149 BC, Amphipolis mint, mounted in sterling silver large pendant with 14K prongs and bail. AMNG III/1 178; Liampi, Schild M55; SNG Ashmolean 3299. Diademed head of Artemis right with quiver over shoulder in the center of a Macedonian shield / Club within oak wreath; monograms above and below, thunderbolt to left. Lightly red-toned AXF with bold portrait. m071108181001 $795
Amisus, Pontus (Greek Asia), AE "Medusa coins," Mithridates VI, 120-63 BC, mounted in 14K/silver/leather bracelet. Amisus, Pontus (Greek Asia), AE 21 "Medusa coins," Mithridates VI, 120-63 BC, mounted in 14K gold and leather bracelet. Athenian aegis with Medusa in center / Nike advancing carrying palm branch. Interesting bronze coin from the Black Sea area depicting the head of Medusa, given by Perseus to Athena to place in the middle of her shield. Mithradates VI used this imagery to reinforce that he was a Persian king and thus a descendant of Perseus. m071110111001-3 Roman Coin   350 eachry

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Ancient Judaea, copper Ancient Judaea, copper "widow's mites" (prutah), Alexander Jannaeus (103-76 BC), average specimens, wire-mounted in 14K gold. Total weight about: 2.5 grams. Max. diameter about: 15mm (each) Upside-down anchor within a circle and legend reading BASILEWS ALEXANDPOY (King Alexander) / eight-ray star surrounded by a diadem (solid circle). Choice specimens, very popular as one of the smallest-denomination coins used during the time of Christ and referred to in the Bible (Mark 12: 41-44). more available. Read more

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Ancient Judaea, copper Ancient Judaea, copper "widow's mite" (prutah), Alexander Jannaeus (103-76 BC), choice specimen, wire-mounted in 14K. Upside-down anchor within a circle and legend reading BASILEWS ALEXANDPOY (King Alexander) / eight-ray star surrounded by a diadem (solid circle). Choice specimens, very popular as one of the smallest-denomination coins used during the time of Christ and referred to in the Bible (Mark 12: 41-44). m081116111012 $195

Other Coin Jewelry

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Roman Republic, AR denarius, L. Calpurnius & L. f. Frugi, 67 BC, mounted in heavy 14K bezel. Pair of Japan, silver 1 shu (is-shu gins, "samurai" coins), mid-1800s, mounted in 14K earrings. Each coin about 1.8 grams, 15mm x 9.5mm, 88% fine. Popular rectangular coins (smaller version) with Japanese characters (3 on one side and 5 on the other) inside borders of dots, nicely toned XF. m111216111016-17 $395

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