What is a five-pence coin?

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A five pence coin is a British coin worth five pence. It was first circulated in 1968 in preparation of the decimalisation of the British Pound in 1971. The five pence coin is minted from an alloy of Copper and Nickel.
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The diameter of the current British 5 Pence coin is 18 mm and it is 1.7 mm thick. the volume of a 5p coin as around 26mm3 i know this because i was bored in a math lesson on the volume
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The term "New Pence" ceased to be used on British coins in 1981. The word "Pence" should have a numeral with it to indicate how many Pence. Pence being the plural
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The British 10 Pence coin was first issued in 1968.
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It is a Woodcock.
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