"Not from an island nation" and Bermuda is a protectorate. Other British protectorates have their coinage made in the UK, but west of the Prime Meridian at The Royal Mint. If the Commonwealth Mint makes any protectorate coinage nowadays, it is west of PM, too.
If Protectorates are technically in play, could Anguilla, BVI, the Caymans and Montserrat be possible if they have distinct coinage issued in the UK? I think as BOTs/UKOTs they are in North Atlantic District (like Bermuda) and not considered North America by #10 Downing St. Not sure if any of that applies here, but another rabbit hole to explore...
I figure we have nothing to lose and may get lucky if we stay with 1 denomination, and the 1 cent stuck out. I'm telling you, it's the 1 cent. Besides, we needed to cut the whole # of coins down. The last question works both ways.
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