The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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This article is about the state that existed from 1707 to 1801. Up until 2008, the lion symbol was depicted behind Britannia on the British fifty pence coin and on the back of the British ten pence coin. This policy persisted all through the 1950s and 1960s. In reality the Monarchy does not cost the tax payer one single penny as the Crown Estates are a nett contributor to the Exchequer to the tune of some £150 millions each year (having taken the cost of the Monarchy from this amount at its gross).

Pages: 12

Publisher: The Population Council (1975)

ISBN: B0006WYD8W

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