Slang Terms for Money
(In The Home Counties)
"Dosh", "Bread", "Readies" and "Folding Stuff" = Money (mainly bank notes)
"Wedge" = Bundle of Banknotes
"Shrapnel" = Loose Change
"Quid" or "Nicker" = Pound Note
"Ten Bob Note" or "Half Quid" = 10/- Ten Shilling Note
"Dollar" = 5/- Crown
"Half Dollar" = 2/6 Half-Crown
"Two-Bob" = 2/- Two Shillings
"Bob" = Shilling
"Tanner" = 6d Sixpence
"Joey" = 3d Threepenny (old silver only)
"Fiver" = £5
"Tenner" = £10
"Score" = £20
"Pony" = £25
"Bullseye" = £50
"Ton" = £100
"Monkey" = £500
"Grand" = £1000

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