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WW2 1940s Sweetheart Bracelet

WW2 1940s Sweetheart Bracelet


Here is a rare and fantastic Trench Art 1940s WW2 sweetheart bracelet made from vintage coins. The center coin features a winged propellor ("prop and wings") aviation insignia mounted on a sterling 1942 Australian Florin coin surrounded by other smaller coins. The other coins consist of British six-pence coins and Australian 3 pence coins. This is a beautiful example of WWII sweetheart jewelry with an aviation theme. This piece of history is ready to wear, gift or collect. 



approx 7 in long

largest coin: approx 1 in round

smallest coin: .6in (15mm) round


1940s WW2



• This is a handmade bracelet that a soldier likely crafted. The bracelet is totally wearable, but the construction is somewhat crude due to the nature of its creation. A great piece of 1940s WW2 jewelry.

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