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I defy you to find another coin that uses electric pylons as its subject. The Mozambique 5000 Meticais of 1998 does exactly that. Not, you would think, a particularly promising subject, but the artist (unknown as yet!) could scarcely have made a better job of it.
Do any other coins depict microchips?
Hellodo you know those big bird ??,i dont think that other country at minted one coin with the DODOGerard
helloAnd those other with BAOBABS
To highlight the need to improve the plight of women in rural areas, India issued a 25 paise commemorative coin on 1st January, 1981. The obverse of the coin shows a woman using an electric husking machine, with a traditional granary and electric pylon in the background.Source http://www.coinnetwork.com/profiles/blogs/25-paise-commemorative-coins
Can it be a big chip too? Here is one, on an Austrian collector coin from 2000. They issued two silver/titanium "millennium" pieces. This one is about communication; the other one (2001) is about mobility. Note how, in the pill, the "100" value is displayed again in a fancy font ...Christian
Looks a little familiar, Have we seen it before?