Which old British coins have value?

Answer

The British have had many monetary regimes and paradigm shifts that have shaped the strength of their currency. Coins were a part of their early economy and some of the most valuable coins include florins, royal coins among others explained and elaborated upon at the site shown with logos, coat of arms and designs shown.
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