Lucky Bunny, Irish Rabbit Coin Pendant

The Lucky Rabbit Irish 3 Pence coin necklace features an alert Irish hare ready to hop on one side, and the traditional Irish Harpon the other. Minted for many years between 1942 and 1968 these coins were in circulation until 1971. In 1971 Ireland switched to the decimal system and demonetized all pence coins. The rabbit coin pendant necklaces make perfect birthday gifts, and Easter presents. With your Lucky Rabbit Irish 3 Pence pendant, you receive a 30″ silver chain like the one in the photos. The coin will feature a specific year, but the luck of the Irish will decide what year you get!

lucky Irish bunny rabbit necklace

lucky Irish bunny rabbit necklace

lucky Irish bunny rabbit necklace

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2 Replies to “Lucky Bunny, Irish Rabbit Coin Pendant”

  1. My wife is VERY Irish with a castle there in her family name and such. While looking for birthday gifts for her I came upon your site I saw the Lucky Rabbit Three Pence Pendant and it had to be part of her gifts from me and our children. Thank you so much for finding her birth year. She will love it!!!

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