When was the half penny phased out?

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The half penny was a bronze coin used in the UK way back in the old times before introduction of paper money. It was phased out in 1984, and one of the new coins to replace the old system of pounds, shillings and pence was the Half Penny coin. On one side was Queen Elizabeth II's head, and on the other a crown and the words NEW PENNY, and the fractional number 1/2.
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