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Started by UK Decimal +, September 05, 2009, 03:20:00 PM
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Quote from: bilnic on September 05, 2009, 03:20:00 PMQuestion What is missing from the list? At least Maundy money which I believe to be valid back to about 1820 (but I can't substantiate that), and I also believe that the old (issued up to 1944) silver 3d (three old penny) coins have never been demonetised and like the Maundy money issued pre-decimalisation are still valid at 2.4 times their old value (i.e. the face value in old pence becomes new pence). I also believe that the 5/- (five shillings) crowns have never been demonetised and might also be valid back to the reign of George IV. And possibly the groat (4d)? And why am I thinking 1820?
Quote from: bilnic on September 06, 2009, 04:17:56 PMHas anyone any knowledge of demonetisation of the 5/- (Crown) and silver 3d and 4d or information on the Maundy Money?