There was a guinea, a half crown and some shillings in it—the dust of the bin.
Kipps leant back luxurious, and then tipped with a half crown to pay.
I at once rented a nicely furnished room for light housekeeping for one half crown a week.
I am sure you will not blame me for having added a Guinea to the half crown at which the King has taxed this hard day's work.
I should say a half crown to the porter and less sums to the others.
When he had brought back the change to her she timidly selected a half crown and offered it to him.
Here's a half crown for his victuals; he eats precious little for the size of him.
It should be added, in justice to the worthy citizen, that a half crown immediately rewarded the witty jarvey for his ready joke.
Greatly to his mother's delight, the first half crown he ever earned was laid by him in her lap.
S—— remembered it, and told it distinctly till he came to the half crown; at this circumstance he hesitated.