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    Honolulu Penny




    Honolulu Farthing


    Not saying why it's called that...…..

    by Mark Johnson, on Flickr


  • #2
    Better a trident than a Cockatoo......
    Stuff from Cuba
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    • #3
      I'll have a look and see what is in the bottom of my purse.
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      • #4
        Have you ever tried teaching a trident to talk ? ...

        Very interesting coins, I bet they're worth a pretty penny nowadays, Mark.
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        • #5
          Never tried that Mark. These coins are of particular value as they are too worn I guess. I bought three of them odd Ebay for £1.00. The reason I wanted them was because my old departed Dad called them Honolulu pennies...…..:-)

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          • #6
            Click image for larger version

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            Just like that - gone in a flash! Now in use.

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