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Half Sovereign?

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The half sovereign is a description of an English and British gold coin with a face value half that of a sovereign. The value of the half sovereign is equal to half a pound sterling, ten shillings,or 120 old pence. Since the disappearance of the gold standard, it has been issued only in limited quantities as a commemorative coin with a sale price and resale value far in excess of its face value.
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