Wondering what a coin from one of the colonies of Britain is worth?
Values, images, and specifications for coins from British colonies.
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From 1583 England commenced an
extended period of discovery, colonisation,
invasion, and expansion around the world
that continued in to the middle of the
20th century, the British Empire becoming
at one stage the largest in history.
These pages discuss coinage used in colonies
prior to their independance, decolonisation,
separation, loss, or demise, as the case may be.
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