Old British Coins?

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Old British coins have been around for over 7 centuries. Old British coins have also had a wide range of royal names such as crown, groat, guinea, helm, penny, pound, shilling and many many more. For centuries old British coins had engravings of images of kings and queens. To determine the value of old British coins was by the size or by the content of gold used. An auctioneer can give a person the estimated value for old British coins.
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