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London, England - July 18, 2007: An assortment of British coins, including £1 (one pound), 50p (fifty pence) 20p (twenty pence), 10p (ten pence), 5p (five pence), 2p (two pence) and 1p (one penny). Some show the front, some the back. 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. Focus on the centre pound coin.

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