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02 Oct 2022

Florida Souvenir with 2007-D Lucky Penny

Exonumia | AC coin$

Among many families and others, there is a traditional custom to place a penny inside a baby shower invitation, a sixteenth birthday party card or even a marriage congratulations card as a symbol of good luck or good wishes.


Some travelers buy souvenirs like the one I show here as a gift for friends or relatives or, as a memento from a trip.


It has been rather rough for many families in the state of Florida after the transit of Hurricane Ian and its aftermath. My money-oriented item is a peculiar lucky sample of goodwill for all our Friends in the Sunshine State and all relatives that I have there. It is also a best wish item for our people of Puerto Rico after the ordeal of Hurticane Fiona little over two weeks ago.


Wishing all the best, here is my Florida Lucky Penny Bottle Opener. Blessings to all in my island and in all the United States of America.
Best of Luck.

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Comments

user_39492

Level 4

Wishing for a quick clean up and recovery for all affected by the recent hurricane in Florida and it's surrounding areas.

AC coin$

Level 6

Thanks for your kind words.

Kepi

Level 6

Interesting items. Sending prayers to all who have been affected by the recent hurricanes.

AC coin$

Level 6

Thanks so much, Kepi. Bless you all too.

Longstrider

Level 6

Nice wishes.

AC coin$

Level 6

Thanks, same to you.

Rebelfire76

Level 4

Quite the intriguing gift indeed. I’ve seen this idea given as a gift, and placed in a shoe on a wedding day. Indeed wishing many lucky Pennies to those in Florida.

AC coin$

Level 6

Thanks much, friend.

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