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15 step finishing process produces a very beautiful appearance.
Durable scratch and abrasion resistant plating.
Gift packaged in a kraft box within a black velvet pouch on a bed of spun cotton wrapped in twine.
Immediate first class shipment with tracking included.
Myrtlewood is the only wood still in use as a base "metal" for legal tender. During the 1933 "interregnum of despair" between Franklin Roosevelt's election and his inauguration, the only bank in the town of North Bend, Oregon -- the First National—was forced to temporarily close its doors, precipitating a cash-flow crisis for the City of North Bend. The city solved this problem by minting currency using myrtlewood discs printed on a newspaper press. These coins, in denominations from 25 cents to $10, were used to make payroll and the city promised to redeem them for cash as soon as it became available.
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