Q: How many cents are in one shilling?

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There is 24 Cents per British shilling

Assuming you mean a British shilling, about 10 cents or so. 1948 shillings have no silver and are very common.

In old money 48 farthings = 12 pence which was worth one shilling in British currency.

Five one cents equal 5 cents.

Assuming that you mean "How many cents are in one million dollars?", the answer is one hundred million (or 100,000,000).If you mean "How many cents are in one million cents?", the answer is obviously one million (or 1,000,000).

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Well, one British shilling is equal to 24 U.S. cents. So, you need 4 and 1/6 British shillings to equal one U.S. dollar. British is specified because there is more than one type of shilling throughout the world, such as the Tanzanian shilling.

About twenty US cents, or one UK shilling.

The official currency of Kenya is the shilling. Like the American dollar, the Kenyan shilling is divided into 100 cents.

The shilling is the currency of Uganda. Officially divided into cents until 2013, due to substantial inflation the shilling now has no subdivision.

The first Australian Shilling was minted in 1910. Prior to that, the colonies that were to become Australia, and for a few years after Federation, used the British currency. There were 12 Pennies in a Shilling and 20 Shillings in a Pound. At the time of Australia's conversion to decimal currency in 1966, the Australian Shilling converted to 10 cents. One British Shilling in 1800 had the purchasing power of about $4.20 AUD today. One British Shilling in 1900 had the purchasing power of about $6.26 AUD today. NOTE - This historical conversion is the result of many calculations and considerations for which I cannot take credit. The resulting answer should only be regarded as an approximation.

The East African Shilling (100 Cents to the Shilling) was used in the then-British territory of Kenya in 1940 (as well as in Uganda, Tanganyika, Zanzibar and British Somaliland).

There are one thousand cents in ten dollars.

one shilling east african note

25 cents make a quarter

There are 100 cents in one dollarso, 1885 cents = $18.85

one hundred (100) cents equal one (1) dollar.

Such a coin does not exist. In 1909, the only coins issued by the States of Jersey were the One Twelfth of a Shilling and the One Twenty-fourth of a Shilling coins.