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AboutJersey, an island in the English Channel, has unique links with England. Since the reign of King John, the island has "peculiar" privileges obtained through a series of royal charters which has resulted in Jersey being officially known in the constitutional terms as "A Peculiar of the Crown". In 1204, the King lost his lands in Normandy to the French but, Jersey and the other Channel Islands, which were also part of the Duchy of Normandy, sided with King John and Jersey has remained predominantly royalist since that time.
These pages are provided for information about Jersey coins and banknotes for numismatists, collectors, and others who have an interest in the currency of the States of Jersey. I hope you learn something about Jersey's "peculiar" numismatic history and come back soon.
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