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shilling  /-  chelin  shillings  szeląg
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The shilling is a historical coin, and the name of a unit of modern currencies formerly used in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, other British Commonwealth countries and Ireland, where they were generally equivalent to 12 pence or one-twentieth of a pound before being phased out during the 20th century. Wikipedia
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The shilling is a historical coin, and the name of a unit of modern currencies formerly used in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, other British Commonwealth countries and Ireland, where they were generally equivalent to 12 pence or one-twentieth of a pound before being phased out during the 20th century. Wikipedia
Historical coin, and the name of a unit of modern currencies formerly used in several countries. Wikipedia Disambiguation
Unit of currency formerly used in the United Kingdom, Australia, United States, and other British Commonwealth countries Wikidata
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