This reproduction sixpence was struck from the one found during the excavation of William and Anne's c. 1664 homestead in Chatham. The coin, minted before 1670, must have fallen from old William's pocket! The bent shape and surface appearance reflect the primitive minting process and centuries of burial in the Nickersons' yard. This reproduction contains six grams of silver. Buy it with or without the bezel and chain, allowing it to be worn as a pendant.