Quote: "bjherbison"The "Great Britain" versus "United Kingdom" question is somewhat like the issue with another place that is sometimes called "America" and other times called "United States".It should be mentioned that people use "America" as a shortened version for the "United States of America". Also, no other country in the western hemisphere (the Americas) uses the name "America" in their country's title.
(Except that the USA is only a small part of the Americas and there are other countries that are unions of states.)
Quote: "dick7coins"Thanks for answering. Coin wise what do I have to watch for?All UK coins are issued by the Royal Mint and are the currency in all 4 countries (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland). Sometimes they make coins with symbols representing one of the countries, Welsh Dragon, Scottish thistle etc. But these are still legal currency in all 4 countries.
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