Coins of Ireland
Irish coins have been issued by a variety of local and national authorities, the ancient provincial Kings and High Kings of Ireland, the Kingdom of Ireland (1541–1801), the United Kingdom of Great Bri...
Coins of the Lithuanian litas
The modern coinage of Lithuania was introduced in 1993. It is composed of coins denominated in centas (plurals centai and centų) and litas (plurals litai and litų)
These coins are made from alumin...
Coins of the Lithuanian litas - Wikipedia
Polish coins and banknotes
Current Polish coins and banknotes issued by the National Bank of Poland. For historical ones, see here.
Although some of the coins were minted as early as 1990, they were not released until Janua...
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Roman currency
Roman currency for most of Roman history consisted of gold, silver, bronze, and copper coinage. From its introduction to the Republic, during the third century BC, well into Imperial times, Roman curr...
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Scottish coinage
The coinage of Scotland covers a range of currency and coins in Scotland during Classical antiquity, the reign of ancient provincial kings, royal dynasties of the ancient Kingdom of Scotland and the l...
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Coins of Turkey
This article concerns the coins of Turkey.
In 1922/23, a new coinage was introduced consisting of aluminium-bronze 2.5, 5 and 10 kuruş and nickel 25 kuruş. They were last issued in 1928. These wer...
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Coins of the United Kingdom
The standard circulating coinage of the United Kingdom is denominated in pounds sterling (symbol "£"), and, since the introduction of the two-pound coin in 1994 (to celebrate the 300th Anniversary of ...
Coins of the United Kingdom - Wikipedia
Penny (British pre-decimal coin)
The pre-decimal penny (1d) was a coin worth one two-hundred-and-fortieth of a pound sterling. Its symbol was d, from the Roman denarius. It was a continuation of the earlier English penny, and in Scot...
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Hamburg mark
The Mark was the currency of Hamburg until 1873. It was subdivided into 16 Schilling, each of 12 Pfennig. The Hamburg Mark was on a silver standard, with the final peg being 1 Mark = 1/34 Cologne mark...
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Scheidemünze
Scheidemünzen (singular - Scheidemünze) were representative coins issued amidst the "Kurantgeldes" (in Germany practically right up until the start of the First World War in August 1914) whose metal v...
Moneyer
A moneyer is someone who physically creates money. Moneyers have a long tradition, dating back at least to ancient Greece. They became most prominent in the Roman Republic, continuing into the empire....
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Europa coin programme
The Europa Coin Programme, also known as the European Silver Programme, or the Eurostar Programme, is an initiative dedicated to the issuance of collector-oriented legal tender coins in precious meta...
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5 cents (World War II Dutch coin)
The zinc 5 cent coin was minted in the Netherlands between 1941 and 1943 during World War II. It was worth 1/20, or .05, of the guilder, and designed by Nico de Haas, a Dutch national-socialist.
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Dobla
The dobla (plural: doblas), including dobla castellana (excelente), gran dobla, dobla de la Banda, dobla cruzada, dobla alfonsi and dobla almohade, was the name of various Iberian gold coins between t...
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