King Edward VII Sixpence History
The King Edward VII wedding sixpences range from 1902 – 1910, all of these dates are 92.5% sterling silver. A rare coin only produced for 8 years.
King Edward VII (1841 – 1910) Prince of Wales, Edward enjoyed the high society lifestyle in his youth, much to his mother’s (Queen Victoria) annoyance.
He settled down once he became King in 1901 and was an affable leader and effective diplomat.
Our Wedding Sixpences
Our sixpences have been circulated throughout Great Britain and overseas territories past and present and as such will have wear and scratches.
They are unique and each one slightly different because of the usage, they all have a story to tell and have survived through World War I, World War II, survived the stock market crash, survived Christmas puddings and the 1960s.
Packaging may change through unexpected shortages. Our high standard will be maintained.
All our silver sixpences have been thoroughly cleaned and carefully packed.
Why not have a look at our Accessories that will compliment your sixpence
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The White Collection
The White Collection Sixpences consist of:
- 92.5% silver authentic sixpence
- High quality white gloss wooden box
- Coin capsule to keep your sixpence safe
- White carry bag
- White keepsake 40% recycled box lined with luxurious satin
- Leaflet explaining the tradition
- Free UK Postage