The Irish Half Crown, also known as the "2 and 6" (two shillings sixpence), was minted in silver from 1928 to 1943. This rare beauty of a coin ring depicts the classic Irish Harp with the words Saorstat Eireann on the outside, meaning the "The Freestate of Ireland". The inside depicts the Irish Hunter, a famous breed of sport horses.
Made from a genuine silver (.90) Irish Half Crown (aka "2 and 6")
Width of band approximately 10mm
Random year from original "Saorstat Eireann" (Freestate of Ireland) minting (1927-1938)