Push penny was a long-observed custom at Durham Cathedral, occurring on three days in the year, when money was thrown into the crowd. The event occurred on January 30, May 29, and November 5, the anniversary of King Charles' death, Oak Apple Day, and Guy Fawkes Night. 
- "push-penny". Oxford English Dictionary (3rd ed.). Oxford University Press. September 2005.
- Durham Chronicle. 29 Nov 1872.
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