Pennsylvania Quarter Pendant ($20-$80)
Pennsylvania state quarter pendant.
We add a patina on the coin to create contrast so the image pops out.
For the nickel-plated copper coins, we apply at least 2 coats of a jewelry-grade clear coating.
Pendant comes on a stainless-steel, double jump-ring and on a stainless-steel ballchain.
Nickel-Plated Copper (clear-coated)
or 90% Silver.
or Domed (domed available in Nickel-Plated Copper only)
Can also be turned into a keychain (same as a pendant but with a larger jump ring to attach to your keys) or placeholder/memento (same as domed pendant but no hole drilled for the jump ring;
piece is solid).
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Coin Composition: Silver Edition: 90% Silver, 10% Copper OR
91.67% Copper, 8.33% Nickel (clad)
Minted in 1999, the Pennsylvania state quarter depicts the statue "Commonwealth," an outline of the state, the state motto, and a keystone. This design was chosen to further help educate people about the origins of our second state, founded on December 12, 1787.
The statue "Commonwealth," is a bronze-gilded 14' 6" high female form that has topped Pennsylvania's state capitol dome in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Her right arm extends in kindness and her left arm grasps a ribbon mace to symbolize justice. The image of the keystone honors the states nickname, "The Keystone State." At a Jefferson Republican victory rally in October 1802, Pennsylvania was toasted as "the keystone in the federal union." The modern persistence of this designation is justified in view of the key position of Pennsylvania in the economic, social, and political development of the United States.