Which British coins are worth more?

The British government is looking to the future, and this is the coin that is most likely to get a new look.

As a result of the Brexit referendum, which saw a majority vote to leave the European Union, there have been calls for British coins to be more “modern” and more “Australian”.

The penny is considered by many to be the oldest coin in existence, dating back to the 13th century.

It has an overall diameter of 2.35 inches and weighs 7.5 grams.

It is widely recognised as the official currency of the United Kingdom.

The silver and gold coins have been widely used for years as the “silver standard” and it has become the preferred way to make money for many British consumers.

But many believe that the British coinage is now a relic of the past, and that a new approach is needed.

The UK is still the world’s largest coin market, according to a 2016 report from Coinmarketcap, and the pound has lost around half of its value against the US dollar.

This means that there is a significant shortage of coins for British consumers, and they are increasingly opting for gold coins as a way of paying for things.

The British government announced last week that it would launch a national lottery to encourage the country’s youth to collect British coins.

However, the Royal Mint’s director of coins and coinage, Sir John Hall, has said that the coin market will be “limited”.

He has previously said that Britain has “very limited” demand for British currency.

Sir John Hall said that “the demand for sterling coins is not there”.

He added: “We are going to try and bring it back but it will take a long time.”