Amateur photography, Ariel, Nature, Macro
How change has changed over the years! My favourite is the 1915 English penny. My hubby contributed his treasured Roman coin from about 300 AD. And when you travel to different countries your change changes too!
Great take on the theme!
JUST GREAT! I almost dumped out my change drawer but yours is much more exotic!
Hidden away in little boxes it was. I had to dig it out!
lateral thinking, how delightful, made me smile to see your coins, and how marvellous to have a roman penny!
My hubby is a huge fan of Roman history, he’s had that coin for years. It is interesting, and sometimes I feel a bit sad at how we lose certain coins due to ‘progress’.
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I loved the thrupenny bit, especially the silver ones – I still have some I keep for the Christmas pudding! You used to be able to go to the bank and ask for one or two.
I remember the three penny bit! Also I loved the farthing with the Jenny Wren on it. That was when the sweet shop sold four black-jacks for a penny – and threepence bought a packet of crisps with a twist of blue paper full of salt! Methinks we’re showing our age. 🙂
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Enjoyed this! We seem to have shared a similar thought with this challenge. 🙂
You have some historical relics here, for sure, including the German ‘Deutschmark’ which lost its battle with the Euro a number of years ago. Thanks for sharing, Jude. Am so delighted to have bumped into your photo blog!
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