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One of a kind: Rejections!

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

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dheer

:( Disapointed. Looks like this will end up in "One of Rejections"

Are there more? If so maybe I will convert this into a theme. "Many Head Same Persons"  :)
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<k>

Yes, I'm afraid it's another

REJECTION!

;D >:D :P
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Pabitra

Perhaps only coin to show puppets


UKRAINE - 2015 - IVAN KARPENKO-KARYI - issued on 14th Sept.

Pabitra


Quote from: <k> on June 24, 2015, 03:36:44 PM
India,  10 rupees, 2015.  International Day of Yoga.

The only coin to celebrate yoga?

In 1998, India issued a coin on one of the top Yoga practitioners.
Sri Aurobindo quote " All life is Yoga" appears as a legend.

Does it not celebrate Yoga?

<k>

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<k>

#155
Quote from: Pabitra on September 14, 2015, 07:28:17 PMPerhaps only coin to show puppets


UKRAINE - 2015 - IVAN KARPENKO-KARYI - issued on 14th Sept.



France, 20 euros, 2002.  Gold.   Pinocchio and Carlo Collodi.  Originally a book, it was made into a cartoon by Walt Disney.


Two of the proposed coins for the Japanese occupation of Indonesia show shadow puppets:

Intended coins of the Japanese WW2 Occupations.
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mrbadexample

This is my first offering, and may well not count but I'll have a go.  ;D

1 butut from The Gambia featuring a peanut. The reason this may be disqualified is because the same design was also featured on the colonial 6 pence (KM#3). However, I think that as a continuation of the design from colonial rule through to independence I might be allowed it. Unless, of course, there are other peanuts out there. I would also ask that coins featuring characters created by Charles M Schulz, if there are any, are not counted as the same.  :P

MBE

<k>

#157
Nigeria 25 kobo 1991.jpg

Nigeria, 25 kobo, 1973.

Also, a peanut plant appears on the Guinea-Bissau 5 pesos 1977 and the Nigeria 2 shillings 1959.
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<k>

Don't take it too hard.  ;)  I started this topic, but I've been caught out more than a few times.  :-\  :D
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mrbadexample

I'm not too upset, honest. :p

I'll keep thinking...

<k>

#161
Quote from: <k> on December 20, 2017, 06:01:59 PMAre there any more jet skis on coins?

Apparently not.  8)


Azerbaijan 20 qapik 2006.jpg

Is this the only staircase on a coin?
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malj1

#162
Apparently not.  8)

S08003.jpg
Looks like NTT - See here
Malcolm
Have a look at  my tokens and my banknotes.

<k>

#163
Quote from: malj1 on January 24, 2018, 09:15:37 PMApparently not.  8)

That quote is poppyright - I mean copyright. You owe me a 15 dollar note.  >:(

OK. My theory has been disproved and rejected.  :'(


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Quote from: malj1 on January 24, 2018, 09:15:37 PM
Apparently not.  8)

Looks like NTT - See here

The spouse series is not a coin but medal or token issued by the US mints