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An image of a £1 coin obverse
One pound (British coin)
|Purpose of use||
To establish the ruler of the country whose currency this belongs to (in this case, Queen Elizabeth II is the monarch of the UK, whose currency is the Pound Sterling (GBP)
|This image depicts a currently circulating unit of currency or similar official monetary token.
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