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    Re: 1875 English cent, used as id tag. Tsgman

    Quote Originally Posted by tsgman
    Not yet it turned into a dead end, but I will keep looking.
    well deserved for getting in the Best of... but can you change the title to read 'Penny' not cent. Cheers
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    Re: 1875 English cent, used as id tag. Tsgman

    very nice

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    Re: 1875 English Penny, used as id tag. Tsgman

    looks like he made it into a token for a business !
    great looking find !
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    Re: 1875 English cent, used as id tag. Tsgman

    Quote Originally Posted by lordmarcovan
    One small correction: there is no such thing as an "English cent". The British coin you have there is a penny made under the pre-decimal monetary system. A true "cent" is a decimal coin (1/100).

    Our United States coins that we call "pennies" are technically cents, not pennies. Still, the "penny" nickname for them has stuck. So many people have confused the terms "penny" and "cent" for so long that the terms are often used synonymously, when in fact they have two different meanings.

    That is an awesome find- I really think it's neat to see how they made it into a tag and counterstamped it like that. Definitely a keeper!
    We call them bunheads pennies over here, you can guess why.
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