**First row:**

Sweden KM 826a - 1 krone 1969

Greece KM 147 - 50 drachmes 1988

Yugoslavia KM 62- 10 dinara 1978

Great Britain KM 865 - florin 1950

Israel KM 47.1 - 1 lira 5732 (1972)

**Second row:**

France KM 904.1- 2 francs 1944

Japan KM 82 - 100 yen year 49 (1974)

Thailand KM 84 - baht 2505 (1962, frozen date)

Croatia KM 10 or 21 or 22 - 2 kune 1993- (date on the other side)

Tunisia KM 308 - 50 millim 1360-1418 AH (1960-1997 AD, date on the other side)

**Third row:**

France KM 771 - 5 centimes 1857 (mintmark on other side)

South Africa KM 137 or 163 or 226 - 50 cents 1990- (date on other side)

Greece KM 132 - 10 drachmes 1988

Greece KM 119 - 10 drachmai 1976

Greece KM 119 - 10 drachmai 1978

**Fourth row:**

Croatia KM 8 or 19 or 39 - 50 lipa 1993- (date on the other side)

United Arab Emirates KM 4 - 25 fils 1393-1419 AH (1973-1998 AD, date on other side)

Yugoslavia KM 141 - 50 para 1990

Yugoslavia KM 85 - 50 para 1982

Malaysia KM 49 - 1 sen 1993

**Fifth row:**

Croatia KM 8 or 19 or 39 - 50 lipa 1993- (date on the other side)

Croatia KM 8 or 19 or 39 - 50 lipa 1993- (date on the other side)

Jamaica KM 164 - 1 dollar 1996

Somalia KM 24 - 5 senti 1976 FAO

Pakistan KM 33 - paisa 1974-1979 FAO

Finland KM - 1 penni 1964-1969 (date on the other side)

**Sixth row:**

Japan KM 73a - 10 yen year 52 (1977)

Malaysia KM 51 - 10 sen 1999

Poland KM 49.1 or 49.2 - 1 zloty 1957-1988 (date on other side)

Japan KM 98.2 - 100 yen year 9 (1997)

Israel KM 36.1 - 1/2 lira 5735 (1975)

It would have been better to scan the coins of the same continent together. Now, it's hard to know on which board to place this thread. Where you see more KM numbers for one coin, it is not yet identified, because there's vital information on the other side.

Peter