British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures
British Coins Pictures

A look at the coin shows that the "Heads" side, always has an embossed "head", most likely to be that of the ruling monarch, king or queen of influence or choice. The other side usually has something else inscribed. The British coins, for instance, have different impressions of the "head" of Queen Elizabeth on one side, and "something else" on the "Tails" side. The coin is great for tossing upwards when something is at stake which needs to be decided quickly and "fairly", and it is a generally accepted means of settling scores. The coin is tossed, and caught at chest level, as it is coming downwards, and quickly placed on the back of the hand, without peeping to see what was drawn. The other person must now choose "heads" or "tails".

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures

British Coins Pictures
British Coins Pictures

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