List of British banknotes and coins, with commonly used terms. Contents. [hide]. 1
Coins. 1.1 Pre-decimal; 1.2 Decimal. 2 Banknotes; 3 External links ...
'£sd' was the popular name for the pre-decimal currencies pounds, shillings,
pence of the Britain and other countries. The coins in circulation: 1 penny, 2
An extensive guide to the history and values of the coins of the UK, with an
extensive archive of pictures. ... Coins of England and Great Britain. ('Coins of the
www.thefreedictionary.com/English/British coin Shilling
A coin formerly used in the United Kingdom, worth one twentieth of a pound, 5
new ... (Currencies) a former British and Australian silver or cupronickel coin
Feb 26, 2013 ... The British public give coins nicknames as if they are old friends. ... What about a
Tickey or Ticky, a former South African threepenny-bit.
Former English and British coin, nominally valued at one-twentieth of a pound
sterling, or 12 pence. The shilling was also formerly the monetary unit of Australia
However, previous to 1971 there were many British coins with exotic names and
... Slang term for a shilling, a former coin, removed from circulation in 1971.
British coins on this page are arranged from the most valuable to the least
valuable, and they are also shown in four major groups. As a general rule, coins
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Celtic roots. The first coins used in Britain were imported from the Belgica, a
Celtic tribe from Northern France. These were copies of the gold stater coin of
bob. noun. Britishinformal old-fashioned a shilling in the old British money system
... farthing. noun. an old British coin worth a quarter of an old penny ...