A 1787 Sixpence Used in the American Colonies

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This rare 1787 English sixpence is from the reign of King George III. America didn't begin minting their own coins until the 1790's and sixpences were used for everyday purchases throughout the American colonies. A chance to get something "really old" for a special wedding.

An historic coin in excellent condition, we purchased these rare sixpences out of an old collection in England. Your 235 year old silver sixpence will arrive on a beautiful card with the story of the tradition of the sixpence on the reverse side. The coin can be removed from the custom protective holder for the wedding day, and later replaced to save as a family treasure and heirloom to pass down to future generations of lucky family brides. A silversixpence.com exclusive, we only have one in stock.

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    1787 Sixpence Coin

    Posted by David Anderson on Nov 3rd 2020

    I bought this for my daughter who loves English history. She treasures the coin and plans to hold onto it, hopefully for her own daughters wedding someday in the future. BEAUTIFUL