§ Mr. STEWART
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the amount coined since 4th August, 1914, of the various denominations of silver coinage: three pence, six pence, one shilling, two shillings, half-a-crown, four shilling piece, and five shilling piece?
Since 4th August, 1914, the following British silver has been coined and issued by the Mint:—
3d. pieces to the value of £1,126,060 6d. pieces to the value of £2,641,325 1s. pieces to the value of £8,156,668 2s. pieces to the value of £10,114,605 2s. 6d. pieces to the value of £16,187,722 £38,226,380
No 4s. pieces have been coined since 1880 and no 5s. pieces since 1902.