A sterling silver sovereign case
A circular sterling silver case suitable for storing sovereigns. During the Victorian and Edwardian period a means of coin storage was invented, the sovereign case. These were small, portable boxes, usually made of sterling silver, fashioned into a cylindrical shape that made use of snap shut covers to contain the contents.
This example is in excellent condition with just a few minor blemishes as usual with an item of this age, but barely noticeable. Diameter 30mm, depth 15mm, weight 20.8grams. Hallmark Birmingham 1911.
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