many thanks, Sjoerd3000, ShadowNinjaCat))) your money looks unusually for me) especially South African Rands) usually, government (or who designed that) draw on money well-known people or well-known places, but on your money animals) it's amazing!) And Euros notes is more wider, that our rubls) Guldens is bright and funny)
Shillings are now obsolete. There used to be (before the Decimal system) 12 pennies to a shilling and 20 shillings to a pound. 10 shillings used to be worth a lot before Decimalisation. Now it is worth about 50 pence.
The newer system that we got in the 70s has 100 pennies (or pence) to a pound. A loaf of bread (at least the kind I get) costs around one pound 30 pence. I have no idea what sugar costs as I never buy any.
hmmm... interesting) I will take note of it) some times ago (may be, 10 years), my friend traveled to England and take there some "souvenirs" - coins and banknotes)