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52nd Birthday Present - 1965 Old English sixpence- Genuine coins from England-Cufflinks for Men

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Our custom cufflinks make the perfect gift for a 52nd birthday. The cufflinks will have the year 1965 displayed on the front. These cufflinks are made using the old English sixpence. We use real coins 1965 Sixpence coins.

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Events in England from 1965

1965-Information and Events from 1965

1 January – Introduction of new "Worboys Committee" road signs.
7 January – Identical twin brothers Ronnie and Reggie Kray, 31, are arrested on suspicion of running a protection racket in London.
14 January – The Prime Ministers of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland meet for the first time in 43 years.
30 January – Thousands attend Winston Churchill's state funeral. During the three days of lying-in-state, 321,000 people file past the catafalque, and the funeral procession travels from Westminster Hall to the service at St Paul's Cathedral, attended by the Queen, Prime Minister Harold Wilson, and representatives of 112 countries.
4 February – Confederation of British Industry founded.
6 February – Sir Stanley Matthews plays his final First Division game, at the record age of 50 years and 5 days.
16 February – The British Railways Board (chairman: Richard Beeching) publishes The Development of the Major Trunk Routes proposing which lines should receive investment (and, by implication, which should not).
18 February – The Gambia becomes independent from the United Kingdom.
10 March – Goldie, a London Zoo golden eagle, is recaptured after 13 days of freedom.
1 April
The Greater London Council comes into its powers, replacing the London County Council and greatly expanding the metropolitan area of the city.[3]
Finance Act introduces corporation tax, replacing income tax for corporate institutions.
23 April – The Pennine Way officially opens.

Red velvet minidress, c. 196526 April – Manchester United win the Football League First Division title.
1 May – Liverpool win the FA Cup for the first time in their history, beating Leeds United 2-1 at Wembley Stadium. Roger Hunt and Ian St John score for Liverpool, while Billy Bremner scores the consolation goal for Leeds.
11 May – The National Trust officially launches its long-term Enterprise Neptune project to acquire or put under covenant a substantial part of the Welsh, English and Northern Irish coastline.[9] Whiteford Burrows on the Gower Peninsula is considered the first property to be acquired under the campaign[10] although its purchase was announced on 1 January.
17 May – An underground explosion at Cambrian Colliery in Clydach Vale kills 31.
19 May – West Ham United become the second British club to win a European trophy, defeating West German 1860 Munich 2-0 at Wembley Stadium.
18 June – The government announces plans for the introduction of a blood alcohol limit for drivers in its clampdown on drink-driving.
8 July – Great Train Robber Ronald Biggs escapes from Wandsworth Prison.
12 July – The Secretary of State for Education and Science, Tony Crosland, issues Circular 10/65 requesting local authorities to convert their schools to the Comprehensive system.[15]
22 July – Sir Alec Douglas-Home suddenly resigns as a head of the British Conservative Party.
24 July – Freddie Mills, former British boxing champion, is found shot in his car in Soho.
27 July – Edward Heath becomes leader of the British Conservative Party following its first leadership election by secret ballot.
29 July – The Beatles film Help! debuts in London.
August – Elizabeth Lane appointed as the first female High Court judge, assigned to the Family Division.
1 August – Cigarette advertising is banned on British television.
3 August – Release of the film Darling starring Julie Christie.
6 August – Peter Watkins' The War Game, a television drama-documentary depicting the aftermath of a nuclear attack on the UK, is pulled from its planned transmission as BBC1's The Wednesday Play for political reasons. It will go on to win the 1966 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
21 August - Charlton Athletic F.C. player Keith Peacock becomes the first substitute to appear in a Football League match.
24 September – The British governor of Aden cancels the Aden constitution and takes direct control of the protectorate, due to the bad security situation.
30 September – First episode of ATV 'Supermarionation' series Thunderbirds airs.
8 October – The Post Office Tower opens in London..
29 November – Mary Whitehouse founds the National Viewers' and Listeners' Association.
EMI release Jacqueline du Pré's recording of Elgar's Cello Concerto with John Barbirolli and the London Symphony Orchestra.
National Coal Board closes the last deep coal mine in the Forest of Dean (Northern United at Cinderford).
A 70 mph speed limit is imposed on British roads.
A reorganisation of the cabinet sees Roy Jenkins appointed Home Secretary and Barbara Castle as Minister of Transport.
24 December – A meteorite shower falls on Barwell, Leicestershire.

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52nd Birthday Present - 1965 Old English sixpence- Genuine coins from England-Cufflinks for Men



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