A nice antique gold bangle bracelet in pretty good condition but does have some dings and scratches. This old piece is dated and marked on the slides between each half of the bracelet as pictured. One slide is marked "PATENTED JUNE 26, 1906". The other slide is more difficult to make out and is marked "REGISTERED" across the top, "TRADEMARK" across the bottom, and the middle is either 118.11 H&H or 11 & 11 with a star type symbol in front of the marking. T is a dented area to the left of the flower engraving which is difficult to see but felt easily. Nevertheless, this super antique bracelet is to sell with NO RESERVE" to the highest bidder. It is NOT marked with any type of gold marking but clearly is gold with what appears to be gold plate on the slides between the halves that is worn. It is in an oval shape that measures (closed) approximately 2 1/2" by 2 1/4" and is approximately 3/16 " wide (difficult to meaure with round edges). The slides open approximately 3/4". A nice piece that is sure to be a wonderful addition to any collection. I have not had it gold tested but will offer a 2-day return less any return shipping costs. Bid with confidence! PAYPAL ONLY PLEASE! We will ship to the 48 states for a flat rate of $8.25 with insurance and delivery confirmation included in the shipping price. Thanks for viewing and good luck!
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