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The Edward the VII large cent was produced from 1902 to 1910. Designed by G. W. De Saulles, the obverse design features the bust of Edward the VII encircled with the words "EDWARDVS VII DEI GRATIA REX IMPERATOR CANADA". The reverse features a wreath that encircles the words "ONE CENT".
The artist has removed the center so only the wreath remains creating a beautiful circle of ivy. The coin is made of 95% copper, 4% tin and 1% zinc.
Wires are nickel free, antique-copper.
Customers can feel free to clean the earring “hook” or finding, but should refrain from cleaning the actual coin. They are all sealed with jewelry grade sealant or enamel and should never tarnish or need cleaning.