Group of British coins - Stock Image

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London, England - August 9, 2007: An assortment of British coins, including £2 (two pounds), £1 (one pound), 50p (fifty pence) 20p (twenty pence), 10p (ten pence) and 5p (five pence). Some show the inverse, some the converse. Decimal coinage in Great Britain dates from 15th February 1971, replacing the old 'pound, shillings and pence' system.
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An assortment of British coins.

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