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Re: Circulation sets depicting buildings
« Reply #15 on: January 30, 2014, 02:04:25 PM »
Iran released a new architecturally-themed design series in 1992, depicting tombs and sacred buildings.

For more on this series, and images of later issues, see: Iran: architecture on coins.





Iran, 5 rials, 1997.  The tomb of Hafez in the Musalla gardens, Shiraz.





Iran, 10 rials, 1997.  The tomb of the poet Ferdowis, Tus, Iran.





Iran, 50 rials, 1992.  The shrine of Hazrat Masumeh, Qom, Iran.





Iran, 100 rials, 1998.  The shrine of Imam Reza, Mashhad, Iran.

 
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Re: Circulation sets depicting buildings
« Reply #16 on: June 24, 2015, 11:19:41 AM »
Oman: 20th National Day set, 1990.



5 baisa.  Sports complex.





10 baisa.  Central Bank building.





25 baisa.  Royal Hospital building.





50 baisa.  Irrigation canal.





100 baisa.  University building.



The coins were produced by the Royal Mint, and Welsh Royal Mint engraver Robert Evans created the designs.

See also: Oman: 20th National Day set, 1990.

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Re: Circulation sets depicting buildings
« Reply #17 on: November 10, 2017, 02:08:18 PM »




San Marino released a new design series in 2017. EU rules allow every eurozone country to issue a new series of circulating coins once every 15 years.

1c.    Coat of arms.
2c.    City gate.
5c.    The Church of the Capuchin friars.
10c.  The Church of the Convent of St. Francis.
20c.  The three towers.
50c.  Portrait of Saint Marino by Emilio Retrosi.
1e.    The Second Tower.
2e.    Portrait of Saint Marino by Giovanni Battista Urbinelli.