Birnbeck Pier, off the coast at Weston-Super-Mare, was built in 1864. It still stands, although now derelict, and is unique among British piers in that it links an island to the mainland. The pier housed amusements, a funfair, café and a pavilion. Part of its attraction was to accept steamers from the Welsh coast and other ports in Dorset and North Devon. For those who do not know, a farthing was a quarter of a penny, there were twelve pence to a shilling and twenty shillings to a pound.
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The item "UK Britain Birnbeck Island 1d 1 Penny 1970s UNC Local Currency Banknote" is in sale since Friday, March 5, 2021. This item is in the category "Coins\Banknotes\British\Other British Banknotes".
The seller is "postgenesis" and is located in Glasgow. This item can be shipped worldwide.