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Q: What were Victorian pennies called?
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How many pennies in a bob in Victorian times?

"Bob" was the slang term for a Shilling. There were 12 Pennies to the Shilling.

How many pennies are in a Victorian pound?

1 pound = 20 shillings, 1 shilling = 12 pennies so 1 pound = 240 pennies.

How much do children get paid for being a miner in the Victorian times?

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What were three kinds of money used in England during the Victorian Age?

Until 1971, when the metric system was introduced, Britain used an antiquated monetary system which had 240 pennies in a pound. The pound is still in use but with 100 pennies to the pound. Coins in use in Victorian times included florins, half-crowns, shillings and farthings.

What year did they stop putting the wheat sign on the back of pennies?

These pennies are called "Wheat Pennies". They were last made in 1958.

How many pennies in a roll of pennies?

There are fifty coins in a roll of US one cent coins, casually called pennies.

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the summary was it was a group called the pretty pennies picket

Why did the Victorian Age happen?

It was called the Victorian Age as it was the time the Queen Victoria ruled.

Who ruled in the Victorian days?

In Britain, Queen Victoria ruled, that is why they were called the Victorian days,

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