What Fruit Is on the Back of a Two Pence Coin?

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There is no fruit found on a 2p coin, however on the back of a 2p coin is an emblem engraved of the segment of the Royal Shield.
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Before 1992 they were 97% copper and 3% steel. Now though they are 7% copper and 93% steel.
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Pre 1992 coins have 3 pence worth of copper in them. So pre 1992 - 3p post 1992 - 2p.
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Because the backs of the one, two, five,
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On the one pence coin is a section of the Royal Shield. The whole Shield is formed when you put the 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p and 50p together.
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Having done investigative research on the internet there has been no result found on the fruit on the back of a 2p coin. However on the back of a 2p coin is an emblem engraved of the segment of the Royal Shield.
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