Difference between revisions of "Pound sterling"

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The '''pound sterling''', more commonly simply the "pound," is the official currency of [[Great Britain]]. While formerly divided into shillings and pence, in the 1960s the pound was decimalized, 100 pence to the pound.
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The '''pound sterling''', more commonly simply the "pound," is the official currency of the [[United Kingdom]]. While formerly divided into shillings and pence, in the 1960s the pound was decimalized, 100 pence to the pound.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:11, 15 May 2009

The pound sterling, more commonly simply the "pound," is the official currency of the United Kingdom. While formerly divided into shillings and pence, in the 1960s the pound was decimalized, 100 pence to the pound.