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Stick men, stick beasts, and faceless people

Started by <k>, August 05, 2013, 08:06:55 PM

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Australia 2011.jpg

Australia, 1 dollar, 2011. 100 Years of National Census.
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<k>

#1
Australia 2012.jpg

Australia, 1 dollar, 2012.  Year of the farmer.
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<k>

#2
Spain 2 euro 2009.jpg

Spain, 2 euros, 2009.  10th anniversary of EMU.
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capnbirdseye

Travancore,  Cash ,matchtick men ;D
Vic

<k>

#4
Australia 50c 1994.jpg

Australia, 50 cents, 1994.  Year of the Family.

More stick people. Those poor Australians. No wonder they can't run a stable government.
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malj1

Notice too, the lady is pregnant! ... Year of the Family.
Malcolm
Have a look at  my tokens and my banknotes.

chrisild

#6
Not sure whether these two "qualify" here.

expo2000.jpg

Germany 10 DM 2000 (World Expo Hannover).


laatste.jpg

Netherlands 1 G 2001 (Last Guilder).

AT least the lion was actually designed by a schoolkid.

Feel free to throw them out. ;)

Christian

<k>

Of course they qualify. I would be very shocked if I saw such creatures walking the streets.
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Quant.Geek

#8
1999canada25centsjanuaryobv400.jpg


1999canada25centsfebruaryrev400.jpg

Canada, 1999 Quarter.
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Quant.Geek

#9
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Canada, 1999 Quarter.
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<k>

#10
Australia $1 2004 silver.jpg

Australia, 1 dollar (silver), 2004.  150th anniversary of the Eureka Stockade.


These Australians are at it again. Tin soldiers this time - as bad as Mussolini and his cardboard tanks.

I'm beginning to think there are no real people in Australia.

And what is the United Nations doing about it? Nothing, that's what.  ::)
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Miner

Finland 2 euro 2007 Stylized rowers

Miner

Finland 2 euro 2006

<k>

#13
Russia 10R 2010.jpg

Russia, 10 rubles, 2010.  Census of 2010.
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Bimat

Poland 2 Zloty (2013): 50th anniversary of the Polish Society for the Mentally Handicapped



(Image from WCN)

Aditya
It is our choices...that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities. -J. K. Rowling.