"I want you to believe. To believe in things you cannot."
~Bram Stoker (Dracula)
A collector's item and just a plain cool necklace!
In the early 1400's, Vlad III (Dracula) was a member of a secret society called the Order of the Dragon.
These two coins were minted by two members of the Order of the Dragon. Dracula never minted his own coins, which enhanced the myth that silver is harmful to vampires.
The first coin was minted during the reign of the founder of the Order and shows the crusader cross which was a symbol often used by members of the Order.
The second coin comes from the owner of the dungeon in which Dracula spent ten years. It features Mary, the patron saint of Hungary and her baby Jesus.
A collection of 2 genuine coins from the 14 and 1500's. One from Hungary and the other from Bohemia. Comes with a certificate of authenticity and a story card.
22" sterling silver ball chain which has been oxidized to antique and enhance the texture of the silver. Coins have been set in handmade silver bezels.
Necklace comes packaged with cert. of authenticity, story card and above quote in a muslin drawstring bag.