Halfpenny Year Coin Keyring 1971 To 1984

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A stylish and sophisticated personalised keyring made with a genuine vintage halfpenny coin, the perfect gift for anyone that remembers the hay-day of the hay-penny

This halfpenny coin keyring makes a fantastic gift for milestone birthdays, particularly the big 40th. Also ideal as wedding gifts for the groom, best man and father of the bride, or perfect as a new home gift.

You can even add a special engraving to the back of the keyring, from a significant date to a meaningful message.

Available in coin dates from 1971 to 1984. If you don't mind what year you will receive, select 'surprise me' and leave it up to us to pick!

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 halfpenny coin on a rhodium plated (nickel free) keyring with a silver plated split ring.

dimensions:

Coin: 2cm diameter.

Keyring: 3cm diameter.

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