1943 Australian Halfpenny Coin Cufflinks – Birth Year 1943
Showcase your individuality with our 1943 Australian Halfpenny Coin Cufflinks. Ideal for 1943 birth year and 1943 anniversary presents.
If you buy these cufflinks you will receive:
- 1 x pair of Hand Crafted 1943 Australian Halfpenny Coin Cufflinks – coins were minted in 1943
- 1 x Stylish Black Giftbox with cotton stitching
- 1 x Certificate of Authenticity – certifying the authentic Halfpenny coins
Showcase your individuality with our 1942 Australian Halfpenny Coin Cufflinks. Ideal for 1943 birth year and anniversary presents.
Fashion for the esteemed gentlemen and the ideal present for a loved one to commemorate that birthday or anniversary in 1943.
Individually Handmade 1943 Australian Halfpenny Coin Cufflinks
A truly unique gift for the man who has everything. Made with a genuine Halfpenny coin featuring the great Australian Kangaroo.
These 1943 halfpenny coin cufflinks are an ideal gift to celebrate birthdays for people born in 1943, wedding anniversaries from 1943, son’s and daughter’s being born, retirements or other important events.
- Handmade cufflinks, made with genuine 1943 halfpenny coins from the Commonwealth of Australia
- Authenticity guarantee – these authentic halfpenny coins have been circulated as legal tender – just think of the stories they could tell if they could talk!
- Protected with a transparent electro-coating ensuring they keep their shine for longer
- These iconic Australian cufflinks are stylish and memorable
- These genuine halfpenny coins are made of Bronze (97% copper, 2.5% zinc and 0.5% tin)
- Anniversary Year 1943
- Birth Year 1943
Here are the upcoming birthday’s that people who were born in 1943 will celebrate over the next few years:
2015: 72nd Birthday
2016: 73rd Birthday
2017: 74th Birthday
2018: 75th Birthday
2019: 76th Birthday
2020: 77th Birthday
1943 was a truly special year – here are some historical events that happened in 1943:
Most Popular Music in 1943: “I’ve Heard That Song Before” … Harry James and His Orchestra
Most Popular Movie in 1943: Jane Eyre
Most Popular Sports in 1943: Victorian Football League – Richmond wins the 47th VFL Premiership, defeating Essendon 12.14 (86) to 11.15 (81) in the 1943 VFL Grand Final.
Most Popular Book in 1943: The Robe by Lloyd Douglas
Most Popular Television Show in 1943: Thrills and Chills EverywereA Yank in Australia
Nobel Peace Prize in 1943: No Nobel prize was awarded this year. The prize money was allocated to the Main Fund (1/3) and to the Special Fund (2/3) of this prize section.
Academy Awards in 1943:
Best Picture: “Mrs. Miniver”
Best Actor: James Cagney … “Yankee Doodle Dandy”
Best Actress: Greer Garson … “Mrs. Miniver”
Major Australian Events in 1943:
3 March – A Soviet embassy is established in Canberra, and an Australian diplomat is posted to Moscow as ambassador.
14 May – The hospital ship AHS Centaur is torpedoed by a Japanese submarine off North Stradbroke Island in Queensland, killing 268 persons.
21 August – A federal election is held. The incumbent Australian Labor Party government led by John Curtin is returned to power.
23 September – Enid Lyons and Dorothy Tangney become the first women to win seats in the Parliament of Australia. Lyons represents the Tasmanian electorate of Darwin in the House of Representatives, and Tangney is a Senator for Western Australia.
Important Births in 1943:
14 March – Aila Keto, environmentalist
26 September – Ian Chappell, cricketer
20 December – Roger Woodward, pianist
Important Deaths in 1943:
6 August – Tom Garrett (born 1858), cricketer
24 August – Sir William Irvine (born 1858), Premier of Victoria (1902–1904)
23 November – Ernie Jones (born 1869), cricketer and Australian rules footballer
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