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- Genuine circulated coin, cleaned and polished
- 19x51mm approx.
- Strong 25mm split ring
- The coin is circulated and may show small signs of age and wear
- Gift boxed
A genuine 1967 circulated sixpence coin keyring.
Sixpences have been considered lucky since the early 1600’s when it was customary for the Lord of the Manor to give silver to his bride as a wedding gift. Sixpences were often given as a token, and have been used as a good luck charm ever since.
- In Great Britain it was customary for the father of the bride to put a sixpence into his daughters left bridal shoe just before the wedding, wishing her prosperity and luck in her new life as a wife.
- Sixpences have also traditionally been included in the Christmas pudding. The coin was added to the mixture and everyone had a stir and made a wish. It was then thought that whoever found the sixpence (and didn’t choke on it!) would have a lucky and wealthy year to come.
- RAF crews used to sew sixpences behind their brevet or wings, partly as a good luck charm, and partly to help the centre to stand slightly proud and avoid an unsightly crease!
The coin is cleaned, polished, hand drilled then hung on a 25mm strong split ring.
This cupronickel coin is approx 19mm in diameter (just under 3/4 of an inch) and hangs approx 51mm in total.
This coin is circulated and will show small signs of age and wear.
The keyring comes in its own hard branded gift box
- Colour: Silver
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|Material||cupronickel coin, alloy split ring|