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Q: What is the value of a 1992 Guernsey twenty pence?
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Are pre 1984 British coins still legal tender?

Halfpenny - withdrawn and demonetised in 1984. Penny - the pre-1992 bronze Penny is still potentially in circulation. Two Pence - the pre-1992 bronze Two Pence is still potentially in circulation. Five Pence - the larger pre-1990 Five Pence was withdrawn and demonetised in 1991. Ten Pence - the larger pre-1992 Ten Pence was withdrawn and demonetised in 1993. Twenty Pence - all issues of the Twenty Pence coin are still potentially in circulation. Twenty-Five Pence - (Crown) was not intended to be a circulating coin, but is still legal tender. Try your luck. Fifty Pence - the larger pre-1997 Five Pence was withdrawn and demonetised in 1998. One Pound - all issues of the One Pound coin are still potentially in circulation. The gold Half-Sovereigns, Sovereigns, Two Pound and Five Pound coins are not considered general circulation coins, but are non-circulating legal tender. If you happen to have one of these, do not spend it, they are worth far more than the face value suggests.

Are British coins made of lead?

No, there is no lead inBritishcoins.Here is what the British coins are made of:One Penny - Bronze (1971-1992). Copper-plated steel (1992-present)Two pence - 97% bronze, 2.5% zinc and 0.5% tin until 1992. Copper-plated steel from 1992 to presentFive pence - Cupronickel (nickel-plated steel)Ten pence - CupronickelTwenty pence -CupronickelTwenty-five pence -Cupronickel (nickel-plated steel) - these are no longer madeFifty pence -CupronickelOne pound - Nickel-brassTwo pounds - Inner:Cupronickel. Outer: Nickel-brassFive pounds -Cupronickel (legal to tender as money but intended as souvenirs, therefore not seen often)

How much does and pound10 worth of 20 pence coins weigh?

The British two pence coins issued from 1971 through 1992 are bronze, 25.91mm in diameter, and weigh 7.12 grams. Composition was changed in mid 1992 to copper-plated steel (although there do still seem to have been some bronze coins issued through 2000), which are 25.86mm in diameter and weigh 7.14 grams.

Does a 5 pence weigh half as much as a 10 pence coin?

Yes. The current 5 pence coin issued since 1990, weighs 3.25 grams. The current 10 pence coin issued since 1992, weighs 6.5 grams.

What is the value of a 1992 British misstruck 10 Pence coin?

A British 1987 Twenty Pence coin, uncirculated and in absolute mint condition would fetch little more than face value. A British 1987 Twenty Pence coin (Proof FDC), could fetch up to £2 GBP. Any coin with a genuine minting flaw or defect could be worth substantially more. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.

When was Musketeers Twenty Years After created?

Musketeers Twenty Years After was created in 1992.

What is the value of a 1992 Eire 10 Pence coin?

These coins are no longer in circulation since Irelands changeover to the Euro in 2002. Unless they are part of a Proof or Uncirculated mint set or are individual Proof or Uncirculated coins and in absolute mint condition, they have little or no value.

What is a British 2 cent coin?

There is no British 2 cent coin. The Brits have a 2 Pence coin, which is currently the second lowest denomination British coin in circulation. Up to 1992 they were made from bronze, from 1992 onwards, they are made from copper plated steel and are 25.91 mm in diameter.

What year was the metal changed that they used to make 1 and 2 pence coins?

British copper plated steel 1 and 2 Pence coins were introduced in 1992.

What metals are in non magnetic 1 pence coins?

The non-magnetic pre-1992 'Bronze' Penny and Two Pence coins are made of copper, tin and zinc. British 1 Penny and 2 Pence coins were made from copper-plated steel from 1992 and can all be attracted to a magnet, although the coins themselves are not magnetic.

What is the value of a magnetic penny coin?

There are no British magnetic Pennies. From 1992, the Royal Mint began making the British Penny and 2 Pence coins from copper plated steel. Because they are made from steel, they can be attracted to a magnet. All years of issue of the British decimal Penny and 2 pence coins are still potentially in circulation, so they are worth 1 Penny and 2 Pence respectively.