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Quote from: andyg on December 29, 2015, 07:31:29 PMBetween 1986 and 1992 I only ever did find one 10p dated 1981.....
Quote from: Niels on March 02, 2016, 03:55:31 PMThe Falkland Islands are currently considering the issuance of a new 1 pound coin in 2017.
QuoteA new coin of nickel-brass of the denomination of one pound shall be made, being a coin of a standard weight (including the nickel plate) of 8.75 grammes, a standard diameter of 23.03 millimetres, being twelve sided in shape and having joined concentric inner and outer sections, with a standard composition (excluding the nickel plate) of seventy-six per centum copper, four per centum nickel and twenty per centum zinc.
Quote from: RED link=topic=26382.msg2Incidentally... slight tangent (Might have been noted earlier?)... has anyone else noticed on the proclamation for the new pound coin it doesn't actually say it's bi-metallic ??Seems like it's made in 2 sections, much the same as the £2 but using the same alloy, just nickel plated in the centre