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In the old £/s/d system, 1 Shilling = 12 Pence, therefore 6 Shillings = 72 pence.

At decimalisation in 1971, 1 Shilling translated to 5 New Pence, therefore 6 Shillings became 30 New Pence.

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one shilling is 12p so six shillings is 72p

Q: How much is 6 shillings in pences?

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