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Shea Bennett
I'm British. I've lived in the UK all my life. Had no idea you could do this with our coins. Did you?
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Liz de Jager 9 Jan 13
wOW!
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Allan Cavanagh 9 Jan 13
I'm Irish, I never lived in UK, and spotted that as soon as I used the coins!
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Taylored Curiosities 9 Jan 13
No!! That's awesome!
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Colin. 9 Jan 13
I think that was quite a recent design...
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OliverLancasterSmith 9 Jan 13
What the hell! Always thought the designs were a bit off!
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CHARIOT REGRESSIVE 9 Jan 13
You've only been able to do it since they redesigned the backs of them in (I think) 2010.
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James Cooray Smith 9 Jan 13
It's only the (most?) iteration of the coin's obverses. But yes. Cool isn't it?
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John 9 Jan 13
In your defence, that design was only introduced in 2008.
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Alexander Monk 9 Jan 13
Yep! I've only just come across one of those blasted 50 pence coins though, so now I can finally put it all together.
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Madamy 9 Jan 13
Yes.
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Brexit oop norf like 9 Jan 13
excellent & just about what the pounds worth 88p
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Dev Chakravarty 9 Jan 13
I've never held on to a coin long enough to notice :)
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Peter A Bell 9 Jan 13
To be fair, your failure to spot the obvious probably has nothing to do with you being British.
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tarasays 9 Jan 13
love this!
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Redhill Councillors 9 Jan 13
Yes, it's awesome...go to Royal Mint website and get yourself a nice presentation pack (albeit will cost you more than 88p!)
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RoOkin 9 Jan 13
yes.
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Alexander Shaw 9 Jan 13
You just blew my mind.
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Shea Bennett 9 Jan 13
Congrats - you win the internet!
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