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Started by <k>, March 17, 2013, 01:02:17 PM

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Pabitra

Quote from: paisepagal on March 18, 2013, 08:10:49 AM
India Re1 Rainfed Farming

Again the Saree draped over head



It could be a saree or dupatta/ chunri, as in Pakistan coin

Pabitra

Quote from: Figleaf on March 17, 2013, 01:56:33 PM
The hat as a signature on Jinnah.

Peter

Yes. Pakistan has always shown their founding father in this hat.

Pabitra

Quote from: Figleaf on March 17, 2013, 01:56:33 PM
The hat as a signature on Jinnah.

Peter

I could not locate this coin which has been referred by you.
As per my records, Pakistan has never issued 5 Rupees coin on Jinnah.
Perhaps Obverse of one got attached to reverse of other.
I shall be highly grateful, if you can locate and confirm existence of this coin.

Figleaf

You are quite right, Pabitra. I was far away from home and library, looking for a hat and borrowed the picture from the net. It may have been this site. The site notes: "Most of the above eight pattern 5 Rupees coins were also made in Aluminum with double thickness, plain edge and have weight of 2.20 grams each. These Aluminum coins were firstly seen in public in November 2009."

Peter
An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

<k>

#79
Switzerland 1 Rappen 1936.jpg

Switzerland, 1 Rappen, 1936.  Notice the hat, sitting on top of the shield.
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<k>

#80
Belgium 50c 1955.jpg

Belgium, 50 centimes, 1955.  A coal miner wearing a helmet.

As a child, I used to think the helmet was a halo.
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Pabitra

Quote from: Figleaf on March 21, 2013, 01:09:29 AM
You are quite right, Pabitra. I was far away from home and library, looking for a hat and borrowed the picture from the net.

Thanks a lot, Figleaf, for confirming that my records are correct.

<k>

#82
Peru 10 soles.jpg

Peru, 10 soles.  Tupac Amaru.  Left to right: 1981, 1974, 1971.
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<k>

#83
Iran 1000D 1914.jpg

Iran, 1000 dinars, 1914.
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<k>

#84
Iran 10 kran 1884.jpg

Iran, 10 kran, 1884.
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bart

Quite some different hats are shown on Canadian commemorative dollars.

bart

An Aztec eagle warrior

dheer

India - Rs 1, Rs 10 and Rs 100 Maharana Prataph

http://coinsofrepublicindia.blogspot.in
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dheer

India - Rs 1, Rs 2 and Rs 5 - Saint Thiruvalluvar

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A guide on Republic India Coins & Currencies

dheer

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India - Rs 2, Rs 50 and Rs 100 - Chhatrapati Shivaji

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A guide on Republic India Coins & Currencies