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SOMETHING OLD represents continuity;
SOMETHING NEW offers optimism for the future;
SOMETHING BORROWED symbolizes borrowed happiness;
SOMETHING BLUE stands for purity, love, and fidelity;
AND A SIXPENCE IN YOUR SHOE is a wish for good fortune and prosperity!

For hundreds of years, brides have been honoring the tradition of wearing a sixpence in their shoe on their wedding day to bless the marriage with wealth and prosperity.

The sixpence tradition began in the late 17th century as a part of the dowery gift to the groom. As time went on, the coin became more of a good luck charm worn in the left shoe of the bride on her wedding day.

After your weddding, save the coin and start a new tradition! Pass it along to family members, friends or one day, your daughter!
After your wedding, you can also have your Sixpence made into a ring as a forever memory!

The coin you will receive will be dated between 1953 and 1967.
These coins have previously been in circulation and have been cleaned & polished to be used on your Very Special Day!
These coins were minted of copper and nickel.

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***Want to wear this coin on your necklace; add it to your Garter Set or add it to your Wedding Bouquet? See this listing:

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Wedding Sixpence Coin FREE USA SHIPPING - Lucky Wedding Sixpence for the Bride