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Coinage Offences Act 1936 (-)
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(1) Every person who falsely makes or counterfeits any coin resembling any current coin shall be guilty of felony and on conviction thereof liable
(a) in a case where the coin resembles a current gold or silver coin, to penal servitude for life or for any term not less than three years.
(2) The offence of falsely making or counterfeiting a coin shall be deemed to be complete although the coin made or counterfeited is not in a fit state to be uttered or the making or counterfeiting thereof has not been finished or perfected.
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