How Much Is a Half Crown Worth?

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The half crown was a denomination of British money worth two shillings and sixpence. It was first issued in 1526 during the time in power of Henry VIII.
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If you're talking about 'modern' coins, I recently bought a 1987 version (last year of minting) for £49, new, at Llechwedd Slate Mine in Snowdonia, Wales. Hope this helps you.
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Half-crowns were removed from circulation in England as of February, 1971 so
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Half Crown was valued at the time, twelve and a half new pence but now since they are no longer legal tender they are worthless unless that is to a collector, and if you take them
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A half crown is a British denomination. It is worth two and a half shillings, 30 pennies or one-eighth of a pound. For more information, visit: http://www.ask.com/wiki/Half_crown_(British_coin)?oo=0
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