The British three halfpence was a silver coin worth 1 <sup>1</sup>⁄2d or <sup>1</sup>⁄160 of a pound
produced for circulation in the British colonies, mainly in Ce...
1 : the sum of three halfpence : a penny and a half. 2 : a small English silver coin
of Queen Elizabeth I (16th century) worth 1<sup>1</sup>⁄2 pennies; also : a silver coin ...
Such a British coin (1½d. = £⅟₁₆₀), minted 1834–1843 and 1860–1862 for
circulation in the colonies of the British Empire (chiefly Ceylon and the West
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Elizabeth I Three Halfpence. ... Coin Grading Services (CGS-UK) .... London
Coins : A128 : Lot 906 : Three halfpence Elizabeth I 1575 mintmark Eglantine S.
12.0 mm 0.7 g The Penny-Halfpenny 13.0 mm 0.9 g Maundy Two Pence 14.0 mm
1.0 g Early Maundy Two Pence 16.0 mm 1.4 g Three Pence 16.0 mm 1.9 g ...
However, previous to 1971 there were many British coins with exotic names ..... (
1561-82) and closely resembling the three halfpence and threepence coins, ...
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The Viking colonisation of the north-east of England introduced coins minted in
.... three new coins, the Groat (valued at four pence), Half-penny and Farthing.
The penny was further sub-divided into two halfpennies or four farthings ... The
pre-decimalisation British system of coinage was introduced by King Henry II. ... A
sum of £3 12s 6d was normally written as £3-12-6, but a sum of 12s 6d was ...
Results 1 - 36 of 516 ... The British halfpenny coin was worth 1/480th of a pound sterling. ... was
pronounced "a penny hayp-nee" or "three hay-p'nce" [ˈheɪpəns]; ...
English (British) Coins Small Silver Three Half Pence - Two Pence - Three Pence
Maundy ... Maundy George III slight golden toning nice lustre, Gem UNC, 50.00 ...