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Taking coins to the bank...

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    I got some coin bags from my bank - they look exactly like this:

    http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?q=no+...91&tx=71&ty=49

    But I'm a bit confused. For example: can I put £1 worth of coins in a bag where the coins are 1p and 2p coins OR can I only put £1 worth in 1p coins only or 2p coins only?

    Thanks!
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    One type of coin to a bag - it's so they can weigh it and tell how much there is in there.
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    In one bag, you can put £1 in 1p or 2p, i.e. 100 pennies or 50 2 pence coins, etc etc. Make sense?
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    (Original post by lp386)
    One type of coin to a bag - it's so they can weigh it and tell how much there is in there.

    (Original post by flown_muse)
    In one bag, you can put £1 in 1p or 2p, i.e. 100 pennies or 50 2 pence coins, etc etc. Make sense?

    ^^^ this ^^^


    Hence the printed "No Mixed Coins"
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    Thanks everyone XD
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    It should say (on mine it does anyway) the amounts they accept. Something like £20 of £1 or £2 coins, £10 of 50ps, etc.

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