Definition of British shilling
1. Noun. A former monetary unit in Great Britain.
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Literary usage of British shilling
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1. The History of Freemasonry in Canada: From Its Introduction in 1749 by John Ross Robertson (1900)
"Silver coins were more plentiful, and the Mexican pillar dollar, worth 6/-, the British shilling, ... from 6/- to 5/-, the British shilling to I/I, ..."