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1. Currency - historical - UK.

A historical British gold coin.

In different historical periods, the nominal value has been either one pound sterling, or one pound and one shilling.

2. Currency - UK.

£1.05, equal to one pound and one shilling in pre-decimal currency.

Quoted in limited conventional contexts, for example certain horse racing prizes.

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