A Lucky Sixpence For The Bride Coinage 25

//A Lucky Sixpence For The Bride Coinage 25

A Lucky Sixpence For The Bride Coinage 25

$15.95

This handsome set commemorates the Royal wedding between Kate and Prince William, a future King and Queen of England. This presentation includes an official photo of the young couple plus a lucky sixpence with the inscription: “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a lucky sixpence for the shoe.”  A popular item for a new bride for her wedding day. Set in an attractive frame measuring approximately 4 1/2″ X 6 1/2.”

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A Lucky Sixpence For The Bride  Coinage 25

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All pre-decimal coins and uncirculated  postage stamps are original, authentic and issued by the Royal Mint. They were withdrawn from circulation when Britain converted to a decimal system of currency.

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Placing a sixpence in the shoe of the bride for luck is a British tradition, even for a Princess.
In this collection, the sixpence is displayed behind glass in a wood frame made in Edinburgh. A very nice gift with which to remember Princess Diana who was loved around the world.

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