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Viking Coin Paperweight

#802022
$12.00
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This is a large replica of a silver penny of Olaf, tribute King of Sweden, minted in the late 990's. Measuring 3-1/4" across, this antiqued metal coin is a perfect paperweight for any desk and comes with a miniature stand for displaying as well. Comes with a satin lined display box and full history.
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This is a large replica of a silver penny of Olaf, tribute King of Sweden, minted in the late 990's.  Measuring 3-1/4" across, this antiqued metal coin is a perfect paperweight for any desk and comes with a miniature stand for displaying as well.  Comes with a satin lined display box and full history.

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This is a pretty cool little display piece.  It has a good heft to it, without being ridiculously heavy.  I have it sitting on my desk at work next to a crystal ball, and it is a nice conversation piece.  The finish is a good middle ground between being silvery and being aged, but in a glossy sort of way.  Maybe that doesn't make much sense, but it's nice.
From: Christopher, December 05, 2014

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