Old £1 coin to die in October.
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The US just passed a bill that requires the US Secretary of the Treasury to issue a special commemorate coin for the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.
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£80-£7,500 for the rest of us commoners.
The Royal Mint has started producing its 12-sided replacement.
The new £1 features an emoji, rather than the queen's head. Just kidding.
Buried some 1,700 years ago, it’s one of the largest treasures of its kind ever found in Switzerland.
Fifth facial for her majesty.
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As this video explains, the chances of getting a head or a tail on a coin toss aren't as simple as 50-50.
Winston Churchill is about to be commemorated again, or his death will be at least, thanks to the Royal Mint sticking his face, arms and torso on a £20 coin to mark the 50th anniversary of his death.
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