The site says it's five shillings, And that it was made before they used a formal decimal system on it's currency, interesting how they would make a coin without any indication of it's value. (That must have been quite confusing. )
Quote: ...interesting how they would make a coin without any indication of it's value. (That must have been quite confusing.)
But it does indeed have a denomination on it: "ONE BERMUDA CROWN". Everyone using the British monetary system would have known that there were 5 shillings in a crown, just as everyone in America would know there are 10 dimes in a dollar.
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