The Christmas Sixpence Frame – contains an ORIGINAL Sixpence!
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The Christmas Sixpence Frame – contains an ORIGINAL Sixpence!

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The Christmas Sixpence Frame – contains an ORIGINAL Sixpence!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. A time for the family to get together and the reliving of old traditions.

And there’s one tradition that has been a part of Christmas since the 19th century, and it involves a famous old coin…

The Christmas Pudding Sixpence

The Sixpence is famous as the CLASSIC Christmas coin, and is believed to have earnt this reputation in the Victorian era because of a tradition started by Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert.

The tradition says that whoever finds a Sixpence in their slice of Christmas pudding on the 25th December will enjoy good luck and wealth in the upcoming year.

The Christmas Sixpence Frame

Now you have the opportunity to take chance out of the equation and guarantee a Sixpence for Christmas – the Christmas Sixpence Frame pays tribute to this iconic Christmas coin with an original George VI Sixpence beautifully presented on an exclusive Christmas Frame.

Fondly remembered as one of Britain’s best loved pre-decimal coins, the Sixpence has to be the CLASSIC Christmas coin.

Act now and secure yours in time for Christmas!

Order Ref 185/390Y/Y
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Specifications

  • Country of Issue: UK
  • Year of Issue: 1947-1948
  • Coin Diameter: 19.41mm
  • Coin Weight: 2.83g
  • Obverse: George VI
  • Reverse: Crowned Royal Cypher
  • Frame size:113mm x 164mm
  • Metal: CuNi

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.