Normal circulation coins with lower case text

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Bohemia-Moravia 1944 20h.JPG

Bohemia and Moravia, 20 haléřů, 1944. 

The Nazi 'protectorate' that occupied roughly the territory of today's Czech Republic.
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Argentina 1 centavo 1993.jpg

Argentina peso coins.jpg

Argentina.
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France 1 centime.jpg

France, 1 centime.
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Isle of Man, 20 pence.  Ellan Vannin is Manx for 'Isle of Man'.
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Brazil, 1992.
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Nigeria.

 
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Ireland, 6 pence - and the other coins of the set.
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Danzig, 5 Pfennig, 1932. 





Danzig, 10 Pfennig, 1932.
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Canada, 25 cents.


The only regular Canadian circulation coin to show the word 'cents' in capitalised form, with lower case letters after the initial capital letter.

Why this anomaly?
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Bosnia se-t.jpg

Bosnia set.jpg

Bosnia.
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Madagascar.
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Turkmenistan 2009/2010 set.
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