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Time, the ultimate May 6th gift!


Now, you or someone you love, can be the sole owner of any minute on May 6th, past, present or future.

For example, imagine giving your loved one the minute you met, the minute they were born or the minute you both said "I do" on May 6th. Preserve the memory of an important anniversary, a minute on the day your favourite film star was born or any other special moment on May 6th.

Now you can give that exact date and time, beautifully presented in its very own framed 'Certificate of Ownership' from the 'Universal Time Registry' for just £9.99 + p&p.

Once that minute has been taken by you, it's yours forever. Nobody else can own the same minute. This is truly a unique gift.

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Events on May 6th

  • May 6th 2002 : Pim Fortuyn assassinated
    Pim Fortuyn, a controversial and charismatic politician in the Netherlands is assassinated during the 2002 Dutch national election campaign.
  • May 6th 2001 : Pamela Anderson: Obsessive fan Christine Roth pled guilty to breaking and entering into Pamela's Malibu home. Roth was sentenced to be returned to her native France for counseling. Roth had been discovered sleeping in Anderson's home
  • May 6th 1997 : Michael Jackson: Michael Jackson and Bee Gees inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
  • May 6th 1994 : Channel Tunnel opens
    The Channel Tunnel, a tunnel under the English Channel connecting England and France, is inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom for French President François Mitterrand.
  • May 6th 1910 : George V becomes King
    George V becomes King of England following the death of his father, Edward VII. George V is the first king of the current dynasty, the House of Windsor. He reigned until 1936 and was replaced by the short lived monarchy of Edward VII.
  • May 6th 1682 : Louis XIV moves his court to Versaille
    King Louis XIV of France moves his court to the palace at Versailles, which becomes the unofficial capital of France. Louis XIV, also called Louis the Great, ruled France for 72 years, taking the throne at the young age of 5.
  • May 6th 1527 : Spanish and German troops sack Rome
    Spanish and German troops, under the command of Charles V, sack Rome in what some consider the end of the Renaissance. 147 Swiss Guards, including their commander, died during the fighting. Pope Clement VII escaped.

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