1949-1952 Sixpence Cufflinks - Sterling Silver King George VI
Lucky sixpence coin cufflinks - ideal for groom and groomsmen
1949-1952 Sixpence Cufflinks - Sterling Silver King George VI
1949-1952 Sixpence Cufflinks - Sterling Silver King George VI
1949-1952 Sixpence Cufflinks - Sterling Silver King George VI

1949-1952 Sixpence Cufflinks - Sterling Silver King George VI

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Sixpence cufflinks with character! Give the gift of good luck for your loved one, with these sixpence cufflinks, made using real British coins. Handmade by Prenoa.

Available as a set of 1949, 1950, 1951 ad 1952 sixpences. 1952 sixpences are a very rare year of mintage and pricing reflects this.

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Made using real Royal Mint lucky sixpences, these cufflinks are a wonderful gift for men. 

The sixpences feature King George VI on the heads side. The tails side, (the side shown unless requested differently), has the curled initials of George Regina, afixed with a crown.

The coins have been cleaned and soldered to sterling silver spring loaded cuff-link blanks and polished to a shine.

The sixpence has for many years been known for their lucky status and these coins are also given to brides and grooms on their wedding day as a lucky token. Treasured by many, sets of these cufflinks can be made for the wedding party - ushers, Father of the Bride, Brothers and Best Men as well as the Groom himself. 1967 was the last mintage of the circulated sixpence, so these coins are especially special.

Each sixpence measures 19mm in diameter and the cuffink when extended measures 25mm in length and 20mm when attached to a shirt.

These sixpences were made of copper-nickel (cupronickel).

Presented in a specially made Prenoa cufflink box, with elasticated hooks inside to keep the cufflinks steady and ready for you to gift. A silver polishing cloth is also included.

Please order your cufflinks with plenty of time to spare - league time can be up to 2 weeks.