During colonial times the value of an item was often expressed in crowns. In the Seventeenth century less so in the Eighteenth century the British refered to a mark. This did not represent a coin but rather it was a unit of account equal to 13s4d d or two-thirds of a Unite Laurel Pound, which was valued at 20s d.
The next higher basic unit is the pound , in later times also called a quid, which equals twenty shillings or four crowns. A gold sovereign is equivalent to a pound, while a gold guinea is worth one shilling more twenty-one shillings. Three of these denominations may be abbreviated to make the notation of monetary amounts simpler.
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