Authentic Sixpence Coin and Card for the Bride | Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, and a Sixpence for Her Shoe
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- These are genuine Sixpence coins from England
- Each coin arrives in a beautiful card with matching envelope
- Your coin will be dated from 1954-1967
- All coins are in excellent condition and have been cleaned and polished
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"Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, and a Sixpence for her Shoe." The tradition of gifting a sixpence to the bride dates back to the 1600's, when it was customary for the Lord of the Manor to give his bride a piece of silver as a gift. This was symbolically represented by a sixpence coin. It later became a tradition to include a sixpence in the dowry that was given by the bride's family to the groom. This tradition continues today as a wish for good luck and fortune for the bride and groom.
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Now, the version of the rhyme I've heard is "a silver sixpence for her shoe." In that case, I don't think this will work for you, as it doesn't seem to be silver. However, it didn't make a difference for us, and with a tight budget to consider, this is a great and (somewhat) inexpensive way to still honor that tradition.
That's about it really. It's a coin. It doesn't do much else. Usually behaves itself. Kinda wish it was cheaper, being just a normal old coin, but whatever.