14/20 Gold-filled 7x62mm 24 gauge Bar Blanks (No Hole)
Where can you find - Pelican Crossings - Zebra Crossings – Saloons and Sleeping Policemen? Probably right in your own home town! They’re British Slang for Crosswalks – Pedestrian crossings – 4-door Sedans and Speed Bumps. They call the License Plate a Number Plate in England. Theirs is a little bit longer and thinner than ours. The GF2569 – a Yellow 14/20 Gold Filled – Double Clad – 24 gauge bar blank – sort of the British number plate length for a stamping bar blank. When you have a lot to say and a short space just isn’t going to cut it.
Nation Of Origin: United States
Manufacturing Method: Stamped
Anti Tarnish: No
Weight: 1.850 Grams per Piece
Notes: Gold filled blanks are stamped or die struck. This type of manufacturing may leave light scratches on the surface. Since this type of scratching is normal it is not considered a product defect.