Presently, however, he paid her with a half-crown piece, and she must go forth after the change.
I could pay her railway fare with the half-crown Aunt Dora gave me.
To do this would cost thousands of pounds, and he had just one half-crown and a few coppers.
By-the-by, did your uncle ever ask what you did with that half-crown?
He settled to move in on the following Monday, and left a half-crown as deposit.
Mrs. Postwhistle read the letter and produced the half-crown.
I'm here and there, and where not, like the conjurer's half-crown in the lady's handkercher.
Mr Benden strode after her, with the half-crown in his pocket.
Another is to take the half-crown and penny together in the fingers, the penny underlying the half-crown, concealed from view.
Could it be entirely for the sake of the half-crown that she made these extraordinary exertions?