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    Sixpence Coin For Bride's Wedding Shoe Something Old New Borrowed Blue Tradition Keepsake Gift Box

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    A sixpence is a meaningful gift for every bride that becomes an heirloom she can pass on or cherish as a keepsake for years to come in the decorative coin holder. Although familiar with the "Something Old, Something New" most brides are delighted to learn there is more and this provides a worthwhile way to start a family tradition.  

    AUTHENTIC SIXPENCE COIN: This is a genuine sixpence "something old" English Queen Elizabeth coin that was minted in England from 1953-1967, circulated, cleaned and lightly polished.

    SOMETHING BLUE CARD & GIFT BOX: Each coin comes with an elegant "something blue" card in a 3.5" gift box for a beautiful presentation and with no risk of damage to the card or coin during wedding preparations.

    COIN HOLDER, NO STICKY GLUE: The coin is tucked inside an acid-free official coin environmentally friendly envelope with a flap design, effectively preventing the coin from falling out or dust getting to it after the wedding. There is no adhesive on the coin so no sticky residue to clean up before the ceremony.

    HANDMADE WAX SEAL: A handmade blue wax seal adds a touch of vintage to the gift and can gently be removed without damage to the card. Present the gift and then put it with wedding keepsakes to be brought out for the bridal suite photographs.

    GIFT CARD FOR PERSONAL NOTE: Inside the card is the poem "Something old, something new..." including a description of the tradition of the coin in the shoe. The card includes room for a personal written message to the bride and a place to write the wedding date or date the coin is presented.

    MEMORABLE KEEPSAKE GIFT: A thoughtful present for the bride from her parent, grandparent, friend, sister, future mother-in-law. Makes a unique Bridal Shower gift or 0a "something old" item to present the to the bride the morning of the wedding. Keep a few on hand for the brides you wish to bless.