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We define money as:

  • Coins and bank notes – of any currency – which are currently legal tender

  • Postal orders, cheques and dividend warrants uncrossed and payable to bearer

  • Any unused postage stamps, revenue stamps and National Insurance stamps

  • Exchequer bills, bills of exchange, promissory notes and credit notes

  • Bonds, bond coupons and any other investment certificates

  • Coupons, vouchers, tokens, cards, stamps and other documents which can be exchanged in whole or in part for money, goods or services

We define jewellery as:

  • Any precious metal manufactured to add value to the raw material, including coins used for ornament

  • Diamonds and precious stones

  • Watches – the cases of which are made wholly or mainly of precious metal

  • Similar articles with an intrinsic value other than the value of the workmanship

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