6 Pence 1958

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Added by GEORGE , with updated images by Radu Florin
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General Description Long considered "lucky" coins have been collected and cherished for centuries. To keep or to share , the act of giving the coin spreads happiness and good luck to those who receive them.

You can keep a coin set inside your purse or money bag. It symbolizes a continuous source of income for an individual.

The sixpence is known as a lucky coin and was originally part of the bridal tradition rhyme "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a silver sixpence in her shoe."
Obv. Description A right facing young bust of HRH Queen Elizabeth II. With text just inside a beaded border that reads ELIZABETH II + DEI GRATIA REGINA +
Rev. Description Flora; leek, rose, thistle and shamrock which represent each country that makes up Great Brittain. At the top are the words FID. DEF. At the bottom is the denomination and the date.
Catalog code KM#903
Mintage 123,519,000
Diameter 19.50 mm
Thickness 1.00 mm
Weight 2.8300 g
Material Copper-Nickel
Orientation Medal
Mint England - British Royal Mint
Edge Type reeded
Edge Inscription G - granulat, tip: tresholds
Designer obv. Mary Gillick
Catalog prices
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VF $0.75   XF $2.50   UNC $10.00   BU $12.50  



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