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

Q: How many pennies are in a Victorian pound?

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About 181 pennies per pound.

1 pound equals 100 pennies 10 pounds= 1000 pennies

100 pennies = 1 pound.

240 copper pennies equal a pound.

There were 240 pre-decimal pennies in a pound.

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About 181 pennies per pound.

1 pound equals 100 pennies 10 pounds= 1000 pennies

100 pennies = 1 pound.

240 copper pennies equal a pound.

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.

There are approximately 147 copper pennies in one pound.

240- there were 12 pennies in a shilling and 20 shillings in a pound.

There were 240 pre-decimal pennies in a pound.

100 pence (=pennies)

Now it is 100 pence to the pound. Pre decimal currency, there were 240 pennies in a pound.

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

Prior to decimalisation, there were 240 Pennies in a British Pound. On decimalisation, there are 100 Pennies in a British Pound.