Thursday, 13 April 2017
"ANY SPARE CHANGE, GUV'NOR?" LOADS OF IT, MY SON...
Here's a coin set by a company called COINCRAFT,
containing an example of every British coin in circulation at
the time of QUEEN ELIZABETH II's Coronation in 1953.
Again, not as sharp as they could be due to being scanned in
their display case, but only slightly blurred. And look at the
farthling, which ceased being produced in 1956, and was
finally demonetised at the end of 1960.
Posted by Kid at Thursday, April 13, 2017