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British terms for money (old and new)

Can you name these British terms for money, some for specific coins, some for a quantity. Some are official terms, some are slang.
Many of these terms derive from Cockney rhyming slang.
Some of the coins are pre-decimalisation currency.
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Last updated: June 18, 2019
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£1
One pound
Quid / Nicker
£5
Five pounds
Fiver / Lady Godiva / Deep Sea Diver
£10
Ten pounds
Tenner / Ayrton Senna / Paul McKenna / Cockle
£20
Twenty pounds
Score
£25
Twenty five pounds
Pony
£50
Fifty pounds
Bullseye
£100
One hundred pounds
Ton
£500
Five hundred pounds
Monkey
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Description
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¼d
Quarter of a penny (coin)
Farthing
6d
Six old pence (coin)
Tanner
1s
One Shilling (coin)
Bob
2s
Two shillings (coin)
Florin
2s 6d
Two shillings and sixpence (coin)
Half-crown
5s
Five shillings (coin)
Crown
21s
One pound and one shilling
Guinea
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