Check Your Change: When is a Fiver Worth More Than a Fiver? The GBP500 Two Pence Piece, and How to Check for Rare Money in Your Everyday Change!

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    There is a Two Pence piece worth GBP500+ and a Twenty pence worth GBP50, that you just might, if you're very lucky, find in your change. There are other scarce British coins and banknotes that you might also come across and until now you would never of even known! With this book every non coin collector can now become informed about the whole range of decimal British coinage from 1968 to now. Every single coin type is illustrated in full colour, so it's easy to see all the 320+ different coins that have been possible to collect from circulation in the last 39 years. The banknote serial numbers that are the rarest, the coin dates that are very difficult to find in your change and full listings and specifications of modern British money.

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    Number of Pages: 110
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780948964626
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    Listed in: Consumer advice, Coins, banknotes, medals, seals (numismatics)
    Publisher: Rotographic Publications

    Books by Christopher Henry Perkins

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    RRP: £6.30

    Sale Price: £6.24

    Save: £0.06 per copy!

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