For anyone wishing to mark the arrival or christening of a new baby the 2014 Lucky Silver Penny from The Royal Mint makes a truly delightful gift. Dated 2014, to mark the important year of the little one’s birth, this special coin is housed in beautiful pink packaging traditionally associated with little girls. The silver penny, struck to our Brilliant Uncirculated standard, is a sparkling gift that will become a treasured keepsake for the future.
Finding the perfect birth or christening gift to celebrate the arrival of a new baby can be a challenge, but at The Royal Mint we have the perfect solution - beautiful coins struck in the year of their birth, combining time-honoured tradition with contemporary, stylish design. Coins and gifts of silver have been given at christenings for centuries. A silver coin was both a symbolic and practical gift, given to help the child to a secure start. Silver coins are still believed to bring luck and blessings, the precious metal is an enduring symbol of purity – hence the tradition of ‘crossing the baby’s palm’ with silver.
For those wishing to continue this tradition we have the 2014 Lucky Silver Penny. Dated 2014, to mark the important year of the little one’s birth, the coin features its own piece of the familiar Royal Shield design by Matthew Dent. This Brilliant Uncirculated sterling silver coin is housed in charming pink packaging - a gleaming gift for any baby girl, that she will come to treasure as she grows.