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Daffodil Pin Badge - Gold Plated
Quantity:  3.75

Steeped in myth and legend, the ancient land of Wales has a rich cultural heritage shaped through major periods of history dating back to the early Celtic settlers 2,000 years ago.

Boasting the world's finest castles, awe-inspiring landmarks and outstanding scenery, its World Heritage Sites range from ancient fortresses to centres of industrial innovation from a time when Welsh coal powered the world's industries.

This Welsh Daffodil is made from gold-plated pewter and is supplied on a pin with clasp. The information card provides a brief history of Wales's cultural heritage and awe-inspiring landmarks.

 
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