Buffalo nickel with Knurled backing

Buffalo nickel with Knurled backing

Mexican coin with Knurl backing.  The gold with the silver makes this one of my favorites.  Seems to go with any shirt

Mexican coin with Knurl backing. The gold with the silver makes this one of my favorites. Seems to go with any shirt

Steel penny cufflinks in the fancy box. These were cast during WWII because of the copper rationing.  The steel cent is the only regular-issue United States coin that can be picked up with a magnet. The steel cent was the only coin issued by the United States for circulation that does not contain any copper, and is actually magnetic!

Steel penny cufflinks in the fancy box. These were cast during WWII because of the copper rationing. The steel cent is the only regular-issue United States coin that can be picked up with a magnet. The steel cent was the only coin issued by the United States for circulation that does not contain any copper, and is actually magnetic!

Mercury dime with Knurl backing.

Mercury dime with Knurl backing.

Hong Kong coin with Knurl backing.  Very large and heavy but lovely.

Hong Kong coin with Knurl backing. Very large and heavy but lovely.

Colombia coin with Knurl backing

Colombia coin with Knurl backing

Colombia coin with Knurl backing

Colombia coin with Knurl backing

Colombia turtle coin with knurl backing.

Colombia turtle coin with knurl backing.

British penny cufflinks.  The original reverse of the coin, designed by Christopher Ironside, and used from 1971 to 2008, is a crowned portcullis with chains (an adaptation of the Badge of Henry VII which is now the Badge of the Palace of Westminster),[2] with the numeral "1" written below the portcullis, and either NEW PENNY (1971–1981) or ONE PENNY (1982–2008) above the portcullis.[2]

British penny cufflinks. The original reverse of the coin, designed by Christopher Ironside, and used from 1971 to 2008, is a crowned portcullis with chains (an adaptation of the Badge of Henry VII which is now the Badge of the Palace of Westminster),[2] with the numeral "1" written below the portcullis, and either NEW PENNY (1971–1981) or ONE PENNY (1982–2008) above the portcullis.[2]

Mercury dime cufflinks - style of dime minted between 1915 and 1945

Mercury dime cufflinks - style of dime minted between 1915 and 1945

Mercury dime... Here's the back of the cufflinks

Mercury dime... Here's the back of the cufflinks

British pence... Copper back cufflinks

British pence... Copper back cufflinks

British pound cufflinks

British pound cufflinks

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