This piece has been forged from a WWII-era armed forces brass shell casing. It is of the very highest quality United States Government brass. The projectile would have been used in a long-range naval or artillery weapon, and the casing was most likely brought back as a souvenir of the war. Textured and highlighted to show off the decades old patina. The clip is stamped with the shell’s original date of manufacture.
This money clip is adorned with a 1944 U.S. Philippines 1 Centavo coin, minted the same year as the shell was manufactured. You will receive the exact item shown.
Approximately 1" wide at edge, and 2 1/4" long.
Makeshift money clips can be adjusted to securely hold your preferred thickness of bills, cards, or a combination of both. Artist's instructions for adjustment are included with your purchase.