Lucky Sixpence Year Coin Keyring 1928-1967

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Traditionally given as a symbol of good luck, the humble sixpence has rocketed in popularity in recent times. This sixpence keyring would be a super gift for someone off on their travels, or those who are embarking on a new adventure!

You can also customise the keyring by choosing the date shown on the sixpence! You can select to receive either a tail or head side of the coin too! (please remember that the date is only shown on the tail side and that these are not double sided)

Due to the nature of the product the coins may vary in monarchs and dates, however all coins are carefully selected and we only use coins that are in good condition.

Each keyring comes in its very own Ellie Ellie jewellery pocket and box, for that extra special touch.

Engraving your keyring: make your keyring even more meaningful with a personalised message engraved on the back, with up to 40 characters. Whether you just want to add a personal message, a word or a date, it’s the perfect way to make the keyring even more special.

Is it a gift? We've got the perfect finishing touch, our Ellie Ellie Navy Giftbag is the ideal way to make sure your gift is extra special.

Made from: Genuine sixpence coin on a stainless steel keyring with a rhodium plated split ring.

Dimensions: Keyring face measures 2cm round.


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