denominations
u24 UK:

~~~~coins~~~~

$$$circular$$$
1p - copper (mainly)
2p - copper (mainly)
5p - silver (effect)
10p - silver (effect)
1 - gold (effect)
2 - gold (effect)
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5 - silver (effect)
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5 coin is rare; issued only on
'special' occasions
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$$$pentagonal$$$
20p - silver (effect)

$$$septagon$$$
50p - silver (effect)

~~~~notes~~~~

5
10
20
50 (not usually accepted due to forgeries)
100 (not usually carried)


:P
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correction 2 coin is a silver disc, with a gold doughnut around it, much like the euro coin. 040127
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misstree do most currency exchanges and such carry common foreign coins?

needs more jingly things.
040127
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u24 I don't think currency exchanges generally carry coins, only notes.

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