When Did the Half Penny Come out of Circulation?

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The British halfpenny coin was worth 1/480th of a pound sterling. The exact date when the coins came out of circulation is not recorded.
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The British decimal Half Penny or Ha'penny coin was issued on 15 February 1971, demonetised and withdrawn from circulation in December 1984.
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Circulation coins are dated with the year they are made, so don't expect to get any 2008 cents in change for a couple months.
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The old half penny (or ha'penny) together with the half-crown was withdrawn on the 31st July 1969. Decimalisation was on 15th February 1971.
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