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    Posted: 30 Jul 2009 at 11:06pm
Hey Guys
I'm totally oblivious to the world of coin collection etc,but found some coins under my bed(as you do) the other day and wonderd if theyw ere worth anything

What i have is:
Two old shaped(the thick heavy) 50pence pieces, D-Day Landing commemorative coins both from 1994

Queen Mother Elisabeth Birthday coin from 1980

Queen Elisabeth and Philip coin dated 1947 - 1972

Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer coin dated 1981

and the oldest
Two shillings Six pence note issued by the "British Military Authority" Undated and a bit battered

Just need to give them a good clean,the Note is torn ina  few bits and is a mucky yellow colour sadly
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Sorry to say that the coins are not worth anything, there are probably dozens of each of those on ebay right now, the note? i don't now anything about.

http://www.squidoo.com/british-pennies1

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I've always liked the D-Day  50p its one of the iconic designs that got me into coin collecting when I was a school boy, If it is in un-circulated condition then it is worth £8. The others you have aren't really worth much and I no nothing whatsoever about notes. 
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