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Quote from: coffeetime on March 14, 2012, 01:11:43 AMIn 1973 Greece switched from a monarchy and a military dictatorship to a republic and a democracy. Their coins of 1973 reflect both regimes, but all the reverse designs on the republican set were only used in 1973 - though two of them, the dolphins and trident on the 10 lepta and the olives on the 20 lepta also appeared on the monarchical set, but again for 1973 only.
Quote from: malj1 on March 14, 2012, 09:52:59 PMTristan da Cunha a dependency of St Helena, although 1500 miles distant, issued a one off set in 2008. Do these circulate or do they use British coins? Perhaps St Helena coins circulate there? ...but they appear to have only a couple of sets.
Quote from: coffeetime on March 14, 2012, 11:28:16 PMLooky here, Malcolm, at my most wondrous topic:Milestones in the decimal coinage of St. Helena-AscensionIn short, TDC uses only UK notes and coins. St.Helena-Ascension currency does not circulate there. The sets issued by TDC, including those for Gough Island, Nightingale Island and Stoltenhoff Island, are collector issues only; they are legally authorised issues but they most definitely do not circulate.
QuoteRe: Australia 2016 Coins« Reply #20 on: April 05, 2016, 10:19:57 PM »Quote from: malj1 on April 01, 2016, 12:00:06 PM A 2016 commemoration 50 cent now acquired from circulation. I hope the other denominations from the set can be found very soon too while still in nice condition.As mentioned the 50c is now circulating.The 5c, 10c & 20c will be released in April and May, the $1 in August and the $2 in September with over 5 million of each denomination entering circulation.More here