1971 Australian 2 Cent Coin Cufflinks – Birth Year 1971
Showcase your individuality with our 1971 Australian Two Cent Coin Cufflinks. Ideal for 1971 birth year and 1971 anniversary presents.
If you buy these cufflinks you will receive:
- 1 x pair of Hand Crafted 1971 Australian Two Cent Coin Cufflinks – coins were minted in 1971
- 1 x Stylish Black Giftbox with cotton stitching
- 1 x Certificate of Authenticity – certifying the authentic two cent coins
Showcase your individuality with our 1971 Australian Two Cent Coin Cufflinks. Ideal for 1971 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 1971.
Individually Handmade 1971 Australian 2 Cent Coin Cufflinks
A truly unique gift for the man who has everything. Made with a genuine frill neck lizard 2 cent coin.
These 1971 two cent coin cufflinks are an ideal gift to celebrate birthdays for people born in 1971, wedding anniversaries from 1971, son’s and daughter’s being born, retirements or other important events.
- Handmade cufflinks, made with genuine 1971 2 cent coins from the Commonwealth of Australia
- Authenticity guarantee – these authentic two cent 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 2 cent coins are made of Bronze (97% copper, 2.5% zinc and 0.5% tin)
- Anniversary Year 1971
- Birth Year 1971
Here are the upcoming birthday’s that people who were born in 1971 will celebrate over the next few years:
2015: 44th Birthday
2016: 45th Birthday
2017: 46th Birthday
2018: 47th Birthday
2019: 48th Birthday
2020: 49th Birthday
1971 was a truly special year – here are some historical events that happened in 1971:
Most Popular Music in 1971: “Joy To The World” … Three Dog Night
Most Popular Movie in 1971: The French Connection
Most Popular Sports in 1971: Derek Clayton wins his third men’s national marathon title, clocking 2:11:08.8 in Hobart.
Most Popular Book in 1971: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson
Most Popular Television Show in 1971: All in the Family
Nobel Peace Prize in 1971: Willy Brandt
Academy Awards in 1971:
Best Picture: “Patton”
Best Actor: George C. Scott … “Patton”
Best Actress: Glenda Jackson … “Women in Love”
Grammy Awards in 1971: Record of the year “It’s Too Late” … Carole King
Major Events in 1971:
3 January – Sudden hailstorms lash the Sydney area causing widespread damage to houses and properties, as well as traffic chaos and nearly $150,000 worth of damage to fruit and vegetable crops at Cobbity.
4 January – Federal Opposition Leader Gough Whitlam says in Port Moresby that Papuan leaders seem to accept completely the Australian Labor Party’s timetable for independence of Papua New Guinea. The timetable provides for self-government as soon as a Labor Government comes to power in Australia, and independence in 1976.
2 November – President Nixon gave Prime Minister William McMahon an unqualified endorsement of the Anzus alliance, saying that the United States would honour its commitments under the alliance, which he described as one of America’s fundamental pillars in the Pacific.
24 December – Cyclone Althea hits Townsville and surrounding islands, killing 3
Important Births in 1971:
19 February – Lisa McCune, actress and singer
2 April – Todd Woodbridge, tennis player
29 October – Matthew Hayden, cricket player
Important Deaths in 1971:
27 May – Chips Rafferty, actor
30 July – Kenneth Slessor, poet
16 October – Robin Boyd, architect