Q: What is the American equivalent of six pence?

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Yes.

At Britains conversion to decimal currency in 1971, the Threepence had no equivalent coin but was equal to 1.25 New Pence.

Well 10 and 6 means "ten shillings six pence", so for 10 and 6 means "for the price of ten shillings six pence."

No. Sixpence is a British Commonwealth coin and is worth six Pennies. A Dime is a US coin and worth 10 cents.

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The British currency is the pound (symbol '£'), divided into 100 pence.

There are 653 Pence in six pounds fifty three.

One Pound = 100 Pence Six Pounds = 600 Pence 600 divided by 86 = 6.976

653 pence

Immediately prior to Britains conversion to decimal currency in 1971, predecimal coins in circulation included the - Crown (Five Shillings) - equivalent to 25 New Pence Halfcrown (Two Shillings and Sixpence) - equivalent to 12.5 New Pence Florin (Two Shillings) - equivalent to 10 New Pence Shilling - equivalent to 5 New Pence Sixpence - equivalent to 2.5 New Pence Threepence - equivalent to 1.25 New Pence Penny - equivalent to 0.416 New Pence Halfpenny - equivalent to 0.208 New Pence The further back in time you go, the greater the variety of coins that were used.

Two shillings and six pence.

The value of a six pence stamp will depend on the year of the stamp, and the condition of the stamp.

Prior to the full implementation of British decimal currency in 1971, general circulation coins were as follows - Halfpenny - equivalent to 0.208 New Pence Penny - equivalent to 0.416 New Pence Threepence - equivalent to 1.25 New Pence Sixpence - equivalent to 2.5 New Pence Shilling - converted to 5 New Pence in 1968 Florin (Two Shillings) - converted to 10 New Pence in 1968 Halfcrown - equivalent to 12.5 New Pence Crown (Five Shillings) - equivalent to 25 New Pence The 50 New Pence coin was introduced in 1969 replacing the Ten Shilling note.

Sixpence is part of the redundant British currency which ceased to be used in 1971. In 1971, Sixpence translated to 2.5 New Pence in the new British decimal currency. 2.5 New Pence (or Sixpence) in 1971, would convert in today's values and at current exchange rates, to about 3.8 US cents.

2 British Pence in 1979 had the equivalent value of about 1 cent USD.

Not for Publication - 1951 Sing a Song of Six Pence was released on: USA: 29 February 1952