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1902 Edward VII Crown Fine or Better
Brand: Royal Mint Limited
Product Code: HISX160
Royal Mint Product Description:
A silver sixpence in her shoe
Wish her every happiness with this traditional keepsake
-Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe.' On their big day don't forget a silver six pence she can slip inside her shoe - a good luck token to help banish those wedding day nerves. It's a day like no other but it all goes by so fast. Share in the bride's joy, wish her luck and help make memories that last a lifetime with this traditional gift - a beautiful memento of a perfect day surrounded by family and friends. Within the card there is space to add your own handwritten message - the perfect way to wish the bride every happiness as she starts her new adventure.
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