1p - Penny 2p - 2p, but if we have a few 1ps and 2ps we call them 'coppers'. If we have quite a lot some might call them 'shrapnel'. Pay someone with them and say "Sorry for the shrapnel." 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, no special name. £1 - a pound or a quid. £5 - Five pound, five pound note or 'a fiver' £10 - as above, plus 'a tenner' £20 and £50 notes, I don't think have nicknames.
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