|Happiness coins have, what?||The song has been spreading the song in Mother Goose from long ago
Somethin' 4 for a happy marriage.
The that have been spreading the song in the mother goose with something for
6 Pence coin is.
At the end of the song "and to the left of the bride shoes 6 pence ' the descent there is the
In the United Kingdom old has used "6 pence coin" at the wedding.
|How do I use the?||
In "groom chest pocket" during the wedding bride left shoes in, use more.
Please welcome happiness coins a lovely wedding.
George VI 6 pence.
About 6 pence coin.
| In old coins of the United Kingdom in 1967, finished publishing. (Commemorative coins issued in 1970)
Now production and use is not.
As a lucky coin, as well as weddings,
Golf ball marker to use , or the
Christmas visiting the happy people put in the Christmas pudding, I ate it.
Also, charm as many people carry, birthday presents, including popular.
In the most popular coins
In the Mother Goose song sing a song of six pence.
Stickers have been put in the car when it closed 6 pence to opposition movement there will have.
It is also, and Brian may, the Queen guitarist used to pick this coin was also the famous story.
（ rock you this coin played was not was is likely. ）
It is a very nice coin with many collectors around the world.
|6 Pence 1939|
The reigning Queen Elizabeth II's father, George VI
1939, 6 P.
In World War II
In London being raided in the Germany army
"People at risk.
King left the country to flee does not go! "And
Stay in London,
Is the great King kept encouraging people.
Also, love the wife Elizabeth,
Drama depicting the love of husband and wife in 2002
"Bertie & Elizabeth" also was made.
In each, the bride and groom
With 6 pence, George VI and Elizabeth II,
It is a manager's picks 'courage and love"6 pence coin.
British six pence 1939
50% Silver dime
Size: about 19. 2 mm
Design: Portrait of George VI and Georgivs Rex Imperator initials GRI and Crown (Crown)
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