• AS FEATURED BY MARK HEYES ON LORRAINE GMTV FOR MENS VALENTINE GIFTS !!

    The five pence (5p) (Irish: cúig phingin) coin was a subdivision of the Irish Pound. It was introduced in Ireland on Decimal Day, 15 February 1971 and reused the design on the shilling coin produced for the Irish Free State in 1928.
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    Measures 3.0 x 1.8 cm.

    All Katie Mullally charms are hallmarked at The London Assay Office with the unique KMM hallmark, guaranteeing that your new treasure is an investment as well as something to love, cherish and wear ….

     

    As worn by:

    Blogger Joanne Larby

    Model Van Skull

    Irish 5p Coin Charm

    £70.00Price
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    Add a chain to your charm

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