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and number 32 of the closing chapters beidh se lontach gear cabidii duw genes grasyars due reyars and now its time class for a history lession and its about englands and irelands money of the past from elizabeth the first to our preasant queen

May 13, 2014

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its seems strange that in tower hamlets that the sad thing is that in thses mulity faith scools as you walk by when the windows are opened you here them talk in there own laugwich hello its supposed to be cristian England not bangla town and when it comes to our history in general its seems to be put under the carpet shame on the English to let this happen so its time for a history lesion so you guys sitting carefully then miss will be gine.as one knows the coins have been used in many countrys for centerysit was the greeks thatin vented them back in 70 bc as a form of paying for goods as you know on the English pound notes in circulation it says I promis e to pay the barrer on demand the sum of 10 pounds or 20 pounds or even them nice red colour ones the 50 pounds note I cant reamember when I held one of them any way so lets go back to the 1558 the coins in them days was hammerd process and it was the gold pound soverigh that was one of the coins in curclation at the time then in james the firsts time in 1603 it was the mill shilling and the indrodution of the copper farthing the hammered sixpence the laurel and the crown the gold pound was made on the idear that the king wore a laurel wreath on his head.so lets go to the reigh of Charles the first in 1625 the coins then was the Newark siege piece ,unite  coin and not forgetting the 10 shilling coin ,so lets go to 1649 and 1660 in the time of Cromwell through out the common wealth the coins were well hammered the main ones still in use at the time was the unite and then came along the crown coin ,then in 1660 some more was added to the stable in charels the firsts time ie the five gunea piece and the two and one and the half guinea coins .the crown the half crown ,the four pence .groat .the three pence .the half groat .the penny the farthing .and the half penny .it sort of made a big difference in the choice of coins to be come available as the technolligey progreesed ,then in james the seconds time in 1668 only one new addition came in the two guinea  coin as he only had a short time at the top then in 1689 it was time for the double act 1689william and mary on the coins at the time thay had there joint faces on them then in 1694 mary died and then the coins mostly unchanged from Charles the 2nds time was still the five guinea coin the half crown ,but two versions of the coin with the one with the booth monachs on it ,the guinea the crown and the half crown .and not forgetting the farthing.then in 1714 in the time of George the first ,there was half and quarter guineas and the shilling was made from silver  from the south sea shipping company ,and the crown was made in wales in welsh silver .and then it was in George the 2nds time in 1727 that the five ginea coin was made by the Indians from there gold and the grown had lima below bust .on it .end of part one

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