Cut-Out Silver Mercury Dime Heart Keychain from Unified Precious Metals

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Cut-Out Silver Mercury Dime Heart Keychain, as beautiful as it is practical!

Issued from 1916 to 1945, the Mercury Dime is a collector favorite, famed as the first imaginative coin design in American history. Here, it takes center stage, beautifully set in a silver keychain. A twisted silvertone loop holds your keys securely.

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