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#### Elderbrain

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all say it's 50 coins to a pound (any type coin - copper, silver, gold, etc.). However, they ALSO claim each individual coin weights about a third of an ounce, which means three coins for every ounce, correct. Now, a pound contains 12 ounces, doesn't it? So 3x12=36 coins to a pound - but the books says 50! Is this a math error perpetuated for multiple editions without being caught and corrected, or am I making a mistake somewhere...?