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Started by Figleaf, February 09, 2011, 11:46:51 AM

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Fiji, 5 cents, 1974 and 2012.  The lali, a Fijian drum.
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Trinidad, 50 cents, 1976.  Steel drums.
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Trinidad, 50c (silver), 1982.  Collector version, only available in proof sets.
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Trinidad, $100, 2006.  FIFA - XVIII World Football Championship - Soca Warriors - Germany 2006.  Steel drum.
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French Pacific Territories, 200 francs, 2021.   N# 310911.

A drum is shown at bottom left.
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Mauritania, 5 ouguiya, 2018.  N# 130026


The drum seen on the right is a djembe.
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The coin design below includes a tar and a kamance.

Azerbaijan 1 qapik 2006.jpg

Azerbaijan, 1 qapik, 2006.    N# 3064.

The qaval (left) is the oldest national percussion instrument in Azerbaijan.

It belongs to the group of one-sided drums.
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Do kettledrums count? :D  If yes, here we go.