Elizabeth II Coins?

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Elizabeth II coins come in many different denominations. Some of these denominations include Farthing, Halfpenny, penny, threepence, fourpence, sixpence, shilling, half crown, crown, and sovereign. Some of the coins are worth more than their face value depending on the condition and year of the coin. Many coin collectors get together for meets to compare coins from around the world. Some coins are extremely rare and can be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. Coin collecting is a very popular hobby that starts off in childhood.
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