One of a kind: Rejections!

Started by <k>, February 03, 2012, 12:17:33 AM

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#105
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So very true.  :(
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#107
Sierra Leone $1 2006.jpg

Sierra Leone, 1 dollar, 2006.  Impala.


The coin also depicts a rainbow. Do any other designs show a rainbow?

Sierra Leone is not the only country to have rainbows. T

here have been thousands where I live, even 17 at once, and we have won the world record and the Nobel Peace Prize for Rainbows.  :)
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#108
Quote from: <k> on March 26, 2014, 04:07:40 PM
Sierra Leone, 1 dollar, 2006.  Impala.

The coin also depicts a rainbow. Do any other designs show a rainbow? Sierra Leone is not the only country to have rainbows. There have been thousands where I live, even 17 at once, and we have won the world record and the Nobel Peace Prize for Rainbows.  :)



East Caribbean States 10 Dollars 1998



Lithuania 50 Litu 2000

<k>

#109
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Canada, $20, 2003.  Hydrofoil.

One of a kind, on an official collector coin?
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<k>

#110
Switzerland 20fr 2014.jpg

Switzerland, 20 francs (silver), 2014.  National sports: Jass card game.

The only coin to show playing cards?
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chrisild

Quite possibly so - of course I don't know about Niue and the like. ;) In Germany, Deutsche Post issued a stamp last year which commemorates 200 years of Skat. No coin though.

(Also see here.)

Christian

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#112
Quote from: <k> on May 21, 2014, 02:22:35 PM
Switzerland, 20 francs (silver), 2014.   National sports: Jass card game.

The only coin to show playing cards?

Canada has 4 coins in the Cards series (to commemorate Playing money used when there was a shortage of coins delivered from Europe). I only have decent Quality pictures for Jack of Hearts and 10 of Spades. There were also King of Hearts and Queen of Spades

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#114
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Czech Republic, 200 koruna, 2014.  Centenary of the Birth of Thomas J. Bata.

This sissy enjoyed making girly shoes. Do you know of any other coin that showcases a shoe?
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Prosit

Welllll....pretty certain no circulations coins have a shoe other than as an accessary.
But in 1990 Bulgaria issued a proof 25 leva, KM 191 (14th World Football Cup Italy).

Dale



Quote from: <k> on October 15, 2014, 05:17:00 PM
Czech Republic, 200 koruna, 2014.   Centenary of the Birth of Thomas J. Bata.

This sissy enjoyed making girly shoes. Do you know of any other coin that showcases a shoe?

Prosit

PS 

Don't forget latvia issued a couple Horshoe coins   >:D
Those are shoes too  ;)

Dale

Prosit

#117
Is this the only coin that pictures a cake as a central part of the theme?
2007 Falkland Islands Unc. Cupro Nickel Diamond Wedding Cake Coin

Speaking of cakes.... anyone out there collect Greek Vasilopita tokens?

Also just from my point of view those are some pretty awful portraits.
Maybe it could fit into the ugly coin thread.

Dale

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Shoes are rejected! Don't know about horseshoes.
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Bimat

There are two Latvian 1 Lats coins showing horseshoes. (Dale knows about them very well ;))

Aditya
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