1969 D U.S. Penny Earrings with Mica Gray Teardrop stones on Copper Wires.
These lovely coins hang from a created teardrop stone with mica. They are very pretty, and a very thoughtful gift! They measure about 2.50 inches from the lobe -- if you need something shorter, please convo me and we can make something happen!
Know someone born in Denver (or elsewhere) in 1969?
Coins are shiny, and slightly cupped, I clean them, stamp a hole in them and dip them in a sealer that will keep them lovely for a long time. I make my ear wires of 100% copper. If you need sterling silver, I have an add-on you can purchase here. I also include a rubber stopper so they can't accidentally fall off!
Nothing is more appropriate for a woman's Anniversary, Birthday, or other Commemoration.
Free Shipping on purchases of $35 or more. Comes in an organza pouch perfect for gift-giving, free of charge. If there is an occasion, I can add a card at no charge, just tell me the occasion or the message in the comments.
Don't like the beads? Need another year? Convo me, I have many years from 1910-1939 and most years from 1940 to present in stock and can get the earlier years with some notice. I would love to make you a special order!
** These are jewelry and have only sentimental value as an item minted in the year stamped. They are no longer considered collectible coins.
1793–1795 ~100% copper
1795–1857 ~100% copper
1856–1864 88% copper, 12% nickel (also known as NS-12)
1864–1942 bronze (95% copper, 5% tin and zinc)
1943-1943 zinc-coated steel (also known as 1943 steel cent)
1944–1946 gilding metal (95% copper, 5% zinc)
1947–1962 bronze (95% copper, 5% tin and zinc)
1962–1982 gilding metal (95% copper, 5% zinc)
1982–present copper-plated zinc (97.5% zinc, 2.5% copper)