Talk:Crown (British coin)
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It says here that the last crown was in 1980. But I seem to have got one from 1981, with Charles & Di on. Presuming it IS a crown. Looks like one, but I'm no expert. -Nommo
- Drat -- you're right, I overlooked that one and thought the Queen Mum's 80th birthday one was the last. Thanks for bringing it up -- Arwel 21:42 20 Jun 2003 (UTC)
I came looking for what a non-commemerative crown had been worth in L/s/d, and eventually found 5s after almost stopping reading, believing 5L would be the only value mentioned. Could someone who understands the chronology better than i fix the chronology better than i have?
--Jerzy•t 17:27 & 17:38, 11 September 2005 (UTC)
I think a big part of the problem is that this was written as an article not on the currency as used, but as collected today. I doubt the topic is worth two articles, and if not, the one should serve both purposes; much stricter attention to chronology is probably the best aid to accomplishing that.
--Jerzy•t 17:38, 11 September 2005 (UTC)
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