A British Coin, made from Gold exported from Guinea in Africa.
A Guinea is still used in British Horse Racing, and is of the value of one pound and five pence.
The word Guinea is associated with the coin/currency unit in the UK rather than as a reference to Italians.
There are numerous horse races such as the 2000 Guineas.
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