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Started by <k>, June 29, 2010, 11:43:57 PM

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translateltd

They are Arabic, inasmuch as "Santimaat" is the plural of "centimes" as used in various other countries, and "Shilin" a transliteration of "Shilling".  The country name on the obverse (al-Jamhuriya as-Somaliya) is also in Arabic.


translateltd

"One Dime" and "Umi Keneta" (10 cents) on the Hawaiian dime of 1883, if it hasn't already been mentioned in this thread.


davidrj

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Greece 10 Lepta and 2 Obol (diobolon)




canadacoin

Face value: 1 lats (1.42 Euro as per exchange rate at the end of 2013)
Weight: 4.80 g; diameter: 21.75 mm
Metal: cupro-nickel
Struck in 2013 by Austrian Mint

<k>

Straits Settlements, 50 cents / half dollar, 1920.
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<k>



Cambodia, 1860. 1 piastre / 1 peso.
Visit the website of The Royal Mint Museum.

See: The Royal Mint Museum.