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Circulation coins where one side has neither text nor numerals

Started by <k>, May 30, 2011, 08:47:39 PM

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Portugal 10 Centavos 1921.JPG

Between 1917 and 1940, this fresh-faced virgin appeared on the reverse of Portugal's 4, 5, 10 and 20 centavos coins, and no text, legend or numerals were allowed to sully her purity.
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If you ignore the motto (which is part of the coat of arms) and the designer's initials, most - but not all - of Rhodesia's coins of the 1970s fit the bill.
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Malaya and British Borneo 1962 cent (one-year type with the crossed kris).
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Norway, 25 øre, 1958-73.
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Bahrain 1968.JPG

Bahrain, 500 fils, 1968.
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Kenya 1s 1966.jpg

Kenya, 1 shilling, 1966.
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Zhang Zuolin 50 dollars does not appear to be circulation coin.

There are some nations who habitually issue ( or used to issue ) circulation coins without any text and numerals on one side. They are Bangladesh, Malaysia, Belgium, Egypt, Israel etc.