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Sets with all sub-unit denominations in words AND numerals

Started by <k>, December 09, 2012, 09:02:27 PM

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UK decimal coins.jpg


This topic refers to sets where all the sub-unit denominations are given in words and numerals, e.g. "5 FIVE PENCE".

The UK decimal set from 1982 to 2007 was a good example of this.
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Jordan 1 fils 1963.jpg

Jordan, 1 fils, 1963.

The design series in place from 1955 to 1965 fits this topic.
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Bolivia 50c 1965.jpg

Bolivia, 50 centavos, 1965.

Bolivia coins of 1963-1986 fit this topic.
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Ecuador 2000 set.jpg

Ecuador, design series of 2000-2004.
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St Helena-Ascension, 1984 to date.
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Guernsey, 1977 to date.
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Tanzania 1966 set.jpg

Tanzania, all circulation coins since independence. The words are in Swahili.
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Eritrea, since 1997. Note the use of "100 cents", in preference to "1 nafka".
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Kenya, all coins since independence, shillings and cents.
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Zambia, all pre-decimal coins.

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Zambia, all decimal coins.
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Sudan 2006.jpg

Sudan set dated 2006 (not released until 2007).
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Singapore 50c 1986.jpg







Singapore, 1986 to date.
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Somalia 5 centesimi 1967.jpg

Somalia, 5 centesimi, 1967.  And all the other coin denominations of that year.
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Mauritius 1971#.jpg

Mauritius is an interesting case. The 1, 2, 5 and 10 cents are given in both numerals and words, but the remaining lower denominations are expressed not as cents, but as fractions of a rupee (rupee being the main currency unit, not the sub-unit), and are given in words only.
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