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I have for sale a very rare silver medallion from the Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach Florida from 1926. This piece was used as a key chain fob during the period. It is 1 5/8" wide and 1 3/4" high. It does not have its original key chain portion. There is some what looks to be residual gold wash around the borders and lettering however, that may simply be toning to the piece - though I could imagine this with a high polish golden color. Polish to a shine, or leave as is.
In 1896 by Henry Morrison Flagler wanted a special medallion minted in silver to commemorate the opening of his Hotel. They were to be used as a key tags. These medallions were remade to commemorate the reopening of the hotel in 1926. They are very rare, and very sought after. What a great historical piece :) Weight on the piece as pictured is 27.3 grams.
This medallion has been xray analyzed using a Niton XRF Spectrometer and is testing at nearly 999 silver. I have chosen not to file and acid testing this piece given there is no place to hide the test. Historically, these were made of silver, and the wear is consistent with the age.
Please do check out my other items as I am happy to consolidate shipping!
This item condition is overall very good condition showing age & use appropriate wear.
This item will be shipped via USPS Priority Mail, fully insured with a signature from the buyer required.
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Tags: Breakers hotel, Henry flagler hotel, Key fob, Palm beach fl, Return, Silver medallion, Sold, Used
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