What does British currency look like?

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The British currency is mainly made of coins and notes which have different appearances. The appearance of the various coins is also different. For instance, a two pence coin is brownish in colour while a five pence coin is silver in colour. Since the various notes and coins have different colours and sizes, please visit coins-of-the-uk or about for more information.
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