Penny Farthing (with nod to Geoff Plant)
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A quiet little byway in ancient Oxford, England. I knew this would be my Financial Focus entry after seeing Geoff Plant's entry about the changing British currency.
Traditionally a Penny Farthing was a bicycle with a giant front wheel and a small wheel behind, thus the name alluding to the coins. In Oxford, this can also be construed as a street name and/or the name of a pub.
Also by Donald Garrett
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