Old UK coins - one penny, half penny (or ha' - pronounced "hey" - penny) and three pence (or "thruppenny bit"). I remember farthings.

Old UK coins one penny, half penny (or ha' pronounced "hey" penny) & three pence (or "thruppenny bit") also sixpence tanner shilling bob 5 shillings crown and half crown

Pre-decimal coinage. Just prior to decimalisation in 1971, the circulating British coins were the half crown (2/6), two shillings or florin (2/-), shilling (1/-), sixpence (6d), threepence (3d), penny (1d) and halfpenny (½d).The farthing (¼d) had been withdrawn in 1960. There was also the Crown (5/-), which was (and still is) legal tender but only minted on special occasions and not normally circulated. I keep some of the vintage coins my old crayon box.

Just prior to decimalisation in the circulating British coins were the half crown two shillings or florin shilling sixpence threepence penny and halfpenny (½d).The farthing (¼d) had been withdrawn in

Mystery of 1933 penny: Britain's rarest coin valued at £80,000 offered on eBay then suddenly withdrawn

Mystery of 1933 penny: Britain's rarest coin valued at £80,000 offered on eBay then suddenly withdrawn

Article on 1933 Double Eagle, 1933 British Penny, pretty cool year in numismatics

The 'Godless' florin, 1849 - Queen Victoria - so called due to  the omission of the words DEI GRATIA and FIDEI DEFENSOR from Queen Victoria’s titles on the first florins struck, that was soon corrected.

The 'Godless' florin, 1849 - Queen Victoria - so called due to the omission of the words DEI GRATIA and FIDEI DEFENSOR from Queen Victoria’s titles on the first florins struck, that was soon corrected.

Mary I & Philip Shilling, 1554 - was the first English coin to bear a double portrait.

This coin is over 450 years old. It was the first English coin bearing a double portrait. The Mary I & Philip Shilling.

British Shilling. The Brits were still using "old money" when I lived in London in 1968/69. You needed a constant supply of shillings for the electricity and the gas, each of which had meters.

The Brits were still using "old money" when I lived in London in You needed a constant supply of shillings for the electricity and the gas, each of which had meters.

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1936 Canadian dot coins - Among the most valuable Canadian coins are the 1936 Canadian coin dot specimens. These coins are not only valuable in terms of market price but also of historical significance.

Old British coin Silver Sixpence Charm for a bracelet or

Old British coin Silver Sixpence Charm for a bracelet or

Pre - decimal British coins: The As well as these we had other coins coins with great names, like the Farthing (a quarter penny); Ha’penny (half penny); Thrip’ny (three penny); Bob (shilling: twelve pennies); Florin (two shillings)

Pre - decimal British coins: The old Penny, and the Sixpence. This was the old 'Imperial' coinage that we used before decimalisation in

IF you’ve got a stash of old £1 coins then you could be sitting on a small fortune. There are currently 24 different £1 coin designs in circulation and with just five weeks to go until the new 12-s…

Revealed: The rarest and most valuable £1 coins

IF you’ve got a stash of old coins then you could be sitting on a small fortune. There are currently 24 different coin designs in circulation and with just five weeks to go until the new

Henry VII groat - Henry VII of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Henry VII groat - Henry VII of England . A 'groat' is medieval European coins, in particular an English silver coin worth four old pence, issued between 1351 and

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