Half Crown


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Half Crown

A former coin in the United Kingdom equal in value to 1/8 of one British pound. Half crowns were demonetized in 1970, the year before the pound was decimalized.
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The Confit Duck and Honey Roast Half Crown enhance these premium associations and are designed to keep consumers coming back for more, making your business more profitable.
In Division Two, Coventry Spires also lost 3-1 at Stockton as leaders Half Crown Yeomen kept up the pace at the top of the table.
There, the half crowns would be spent on candy kippers, rock, or inflatable beach balls, and bathing rings.
Burge, who died in 1964, claimed the cup had been melted down on the night of the robbery and made into fake half crown coins.
Godiva lost all four of their games against Half Crown Knights while Leofric won on points at Solihull Swifts.
A quick tap and pass from scrum half Crown sent Edwards charging through the Otley defence to score his second and bring the scores level.
For an extra half crown, she'd allow me a weekly bath but clothes washing was out of the question.
A BUILDER who found a message in a bottle got the reward promised - a half crown coin, worth 12.
The Queen has personally approved the design of the large gold coin, about the size of an old half crown.
THREE Stockton Half Crown players represented England in the European Ptanque Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Each child received a gift of a half crown (2/6d, or 12 1/2 p).
In 1913 a half crown bet led to an adventurous diver's death.