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There is no such coin. The 1d coin ceased to be legal tender at decimalisation in February 1971, and had effectively been replaces by the 0.5p coin as the smallest coin (of a value slightly greater than 1d, as there are 100p in £1 but there had been 240d) well before this for the simple reason that the old 1d coin was large, and its production cost was far higher than its face value. The last 1d coins were minted in 1969, so if you have one with a 1972 date it is clearly fake and therefore worthless.

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