A quality keyring made from real 1950 sixpences, the perfect 70th birthday gift - a wonderful way to remember their birth year.
Traditionally given as a symbol of good luck, the humble sixpence has rocketed in popularity in recent times. This keyring features a 1950, which will be the birth year of anyone celebrating a 70th birthday this year!
If you are after a different date, head over to out listing 'Sixpence Year Coin keyring 1928 To 1967' where you can pick your own coin date from 1928 to 1967. Coins may vary in monarchs and dates from the photograph, however all coins are carefully selected and we only use coins that are in mint condition.
Designed and handmade by Ellie Ellie in Sussex (UK).
Add an engraving?
We are delighted to also offer an engraving service so you can add a personal message to the back of your sixpence keyring, perfect for a date or the recipient's initials.
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.
Genuine sixpence coin on a rhodium plated keyring with a silver plated split ring.
Keyring face measures 2cm diameter.
Split ring 3cm diameter.
To help you find a great fit, we’ve put together an easy-to-use size guide below.
If you have any other questions about the sizes of our clothes, feel free to give our Customer Service Team a call on 07897 314235.
We’re always happy to help!
Tip: Click on any of the thumbnails below to enlarge!
1. CHEST: Measure under your arms, across the fullest part of your chest
2. WAIST: Measure your natural waistline at the smallest part of your tummy
3. ARM LENGTH: Measure from the top of your shoulder, down your arm (keeping it straight) to your wrist
4. BODY LENGTH: Measure from the top of your shoulder, down your body to your waist
1. Chest: Measure under your baby's arms, across the fullest part of their chest
2. Length: Measure from the top of your baby's shoulder to underneath their nappy
1. NECK: Measure around the part of the neck where a pet collar would naturally sit
2. CHEST: Measure around the widest part of your pets chest just behind their front legs
3. LENGTH: Measure from the area a pet collar would naturally sit, along your pets back towards the tail