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Kangaroo Penny Fob Watch
Purchase a gift with character or treat yourself to a unique timepiece with genuine coins. All Coinwatch models are made to the highest standards of quality with Swiss movement and scratch resistant sapphire or mineral crystal.
- Genuine kangaroo penny
- Brass casing
- Brass 30cm chain
- Ionic plated gold finish
- Genuine leather belt pouch
Kangaroo penny dial
A genuine Kangaroo Penny is mounted into the cover of this traditional style pocket watch with gold plated finish. The cover opens to reveal a white dial with easy to read black numbers. A 30cm chain compliments the traditional design and also provides the opportunity for the watch to be worn around the neck as a pendant.
The coin designed by George Kruger Gray in 1938 the coin was used in circulation until 1966. The coin was minted from 1938 through to 1964 with the exception of 1946 and 1954. A token minted by the Royal Australian Mint is also available for years from 1965 through to the present year.
Swiss quartz movement and second sweep hands
A precision Swiss quartz analogue movement will provide years of reliable time keeping.
30 meter water resistance
The watch is suitable for everyday use and will withstand accidental splashes, but is not suitable for swimming.
Three year international warranty
The watch comes with a three-year international warranty against manufacturing defects.
Luxury leather belt pouch
The black leather pouch makes it easy to wear on a belt for more informal fashion.
Capturing the beauty of Australian coins
Established in 1984, Coinwatch have designed and manufactured a range of watches showcasing the beauty of heritage Australian coins. With year dates ranging from 1910 right through to present, these unique dials capture the iconic Kangaroo Penny design to the traditionalist coat of arms featured on the Sixpence and Florins. No other timepiece reminds you of Australia’s proud past the way a Coinwatch can.
Every Coinwatch has a story. Sometimes it’s interesting to think when holding a coin in your hand, “Where has this coin been, what has it been exchanged for?” Very few items are exchanged, travelled and used countless times in so many different places and by so many different people, than the humble coin.