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What is a carnival shill?

  A carnival shill is someone who works for the carnival and gets people to play the games by convincing the carnival goers that they are easy to win. There are many ways (MORE)

What is the value of an 1861 British Shilling?

A British 1861 sterling silver Shilling (QV), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £400 GBP - it's a very rare date and rates as [R] in the English S (MORE)

How many Shillings are in a Pound coin?

None. The Shilling is part of the obsolete British predecimal currency. There were 12 predecimal Pennies in a Shilling and 20 Shillings in a predecimal Pound. The British Shi (MORE)

What is a British shilling worth?

A Shilling is 12 pre-decimal pence, before decimalisation 20 Shillings made one pound. From Decimalisation until the mid 1980s one shilling was classed as 5 new pence and coul (MORE)

What is the value of a 1959 Australian Shilling?

An Australian 1959 50% silver Shilling (Elizabeth II), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $30 AUD. If it has been circulated but still in good condi (MORE)

How much is a shilling worth in 1930?

One Shilling GBP in 1930 had the purchasing power of about £2.10 GBP today. NOTE - This historical conversion is the result of many calculations and considerations by a purpo (MORE)

What is the Shilling symbol?

If the question is regarding the pre-decimal British coin, the symbol is a lower case "s". For example, Two Shillings can be expressed as 2s, which is how it may have appeared (MORE)

Where do you pay in shillings?

There are only four countries currently using the Shilling as their major unit of currency being, Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania and Uganda. The Shilling was a subunit of many of th (MORE)

What is the sign for a shilling?

The sign for the British Shilling was an S if a sign was required. £1/2/6 or £1/2/6d represented One Pound, Two Shillings and Sixpence. The Shilling value is between the Pou (MORE)
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What is a shilling made out of?

A 'shilling' is a unit of currency which used to be used in Britain. For centuries shillings were made from silver but after 1946 they were made from copper-nickel.
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