Indian Head nickel replica Concho is the centerpiece of this heavy duty key chain that has a matte nickel swivel trigger clasp that you can clip to your belt loop, backpack purse strap etc. The leather is 3/4" and the total length of the piece is 6".
Here is some history about the nickel"
Buffalo nickels, also widely called Indian Head nickels, were struck from 1913 through 1938 and designed by James Earle Fraser. The popular "Buffalo nickel" name is a misnomer in this case, as the large animal as seen on the reverse of this coin is an American bison. Meanwhile, the Native American on the obverse is a design based on a composite image of several individuals whom Fraser sketched in the process of designing this coin.
A How to Guide on measuring your Hat Size
Follow these super easy simple steps:
Step 1: Measure Your Head
You can either use a cloth tape measure or a long string and a retractable tape measure. Have someone hold the tape or string. It makes the process easier but you can do it on your own.
Place the tape or string around your head about 1/8” above the top of the ears and across the mid-forehead (usually about half an inch above the eyebrows) so that you completely circle your head.
Step 2: Calculate Your Hat Size
A How to Guide on Measuring your Wrist Size
Here is an example of a wrist measurement
Follow these simple steps in measuring your wrist for a perfect fitting bracelet.
STEP 1: Measure Your Wrist
You can either use a cloth tape measure or a long string and a retractable tape measure.
STEP 2: Select the Inches in the Drop Down Box
Your jewelry should be the very last thing that you put on – after the hair spray and perfume. And your jewelry should be the first thing you take off.
Clean it with a jeweler’s polishing cloth or a soft cloth based upon the material. Store in a Ziploc protective bag. Although tempting, it is not recommended that you expose your jewelry to the shower, bathtub, swimming pool, lake or ocean.
Hats should never be set down on their brim. This will cause them to turn up. Instead, place the hat upside down on the crown. When storing your hat, you can place it in a hat holder, on a roll of paper towel or even a coffee can. Just remember to keep the brim elevate.
How To Clean Your Felt Hat: To prolong your hat’s life, regular brushing is important. To remove loose dirt, simply use a hat brush and swipe it away. Avoid using a brush made of nylon as it may be too abrasive and damage the hat. To remove dust from the hat, simply use a damp (not wet) cloth. To remove fuzz and hair, use a piece of sticky tape to gently wipe the hat.
How To Clean Sweat Stains And Dirt From Your Palm Hat: For easy stains, you can brush out the stain, or use corn starch or talc powder to dry it. For harder stains, clean with a damp cloth. For the hardest stains, a mixture of water and hydrogen peroxide can be carefully applied.
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