1967 sixpence cufflinks 1967 sixpence cufflinks 1967 sixpence cufflinks 1967 Sixpence Cufflinks £9.99 Sold Out A special pair of coin cufflinks, made with genuine sixpence coins, from 1967. Traditionally, a silver sixpence is given as a symbol of good luck and ever since the sixpence coin was introduced in 1551, during the reign of Edward V1, it has been known as a lucky coin. The coins have been handmade into coin cufflinks, that measure 20mm across and have silver plated cufflink bases. They have been hand cleaned and polished and they may also have minor imperfections, from being in circulation, but this just adds to their individuality. Only one pair of each year is available. To keep your cufflinks looking shiny and new, please use a silver polishing cloth. As these are made to order, please allow up to 5-7 days for processing They will be sent in a smart presentation box.