Q: What were Victorian pennies called?

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

The U.S. started making 1 cent coins in 1793. However, the first pennies (i.e. the coins that are really called pennies, not nicknamed) were minted in England as far back as the 8th century AD.

Each Line is a Different Way (11 Ways)100 Pennies & 0 Dimes90 Pennies & 1 Dimes80 Pennies & 2 Dimes70 Pennies & 3 Dimes60 Pennies & 4 Dimes50 Pennies & 5 Dimes40 Pennies & 6 Dimes30 Pennies & 7 Dimes20 Pennies & 8 Dimes10 Pennies & 9 Dimes0 Pennies & 10 Dimes

125 pennies

100 pennies = 100 [pennies].

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

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

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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.

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

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

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

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

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Postmen in Victorian England were called "Robins" because of their red uniforms.