When did decimalisation happen?

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Decimalisation took place on 15th February, 1971. It was the time when copper coins were substituted with the decimal denominations. The sixpence continued to be in use, with a value of 2.5 fresh pence. The 50 new pence coin replaced ten shilling note.
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Decimalisation was introduced to the UK on 15 Feb 1971. Existing copper coins were replaced with new decimal denominations.
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