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This initial coin was struck until 1873, and was replaced by https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Prussian_20_mark_coin Mexican 2 peso coin The 2 peso coin was first issued by the United Mexican States from 1919 to 1948. Coins of the denomination were not minted again until 1992, when a new peso currency was introduced. From that https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Mexican_2_peso_coin Mexican centenary and bicentenary 5 peso coins The Mexican centenary and bicentenary 5 peso coins make up a series of commemorative coins issued by the United Mexican States from 2008 to 2010 in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Mexican War https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Mexican_centenary_and_bicentenary_5_peso_coins Mexican 200 peso banknote The 200 peso banknote was first printed by Maximilian I's Mexican Empire in 1866, but was not put into circulation. It was not until 1994 when the first circulated note of the denomination was https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Mexican_200_peso_banknote Japanese 1 sen coin The 1 sen coin was first minted by the Empire of Japan in 1873. Since then, new issues of the coin were introduced in 1898, 1913, 1916, 1927, 1938, 1941, and 1944. A new coin https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Japanese_1_sen_coin Japanese 1 yen coin The 1 yen coin was first issued by the Empire of Japan in 1870. Since then, new issues have been introduced in 1871, 1914, 1948, and 1955. Though production of the 1 yen coin ceased https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Japanese_1_yen_coin Afghan afghani The Afghan afghani (Pashto/Persian: افغانۍ; symbol: Afs; code: AFN) is the currency of Afghanistan, circulating alongside the United States dollar. It is divided into 100 pul (پول). The currency was first introduced in 1925 https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Afghan_afghani Panamanian balboa The Panamanian balboa (sign: B/.; ISO code: PAB) is the official coined currency of Panama, which circulates alongside banknotes of the United States dollar. The currency is named in honor of Spanish explorer and conquistador https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Panamanian_balboa Somaliland 5 shilling coin The 5 shilling coin is a former circulation piece of the Republic of Somaliland, a self-declared state that claims portions of northern Somalia. It was issued in three types: two were struck in 2002 https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Somaliland_5_shilling_coin Mexican 1 centavo coin The 1 centavo coin was first minted by Mexico in 1863. During 1864, the Second Mexican Empire introduced a new 1 centavo coin. In 1869, two years after the disestablishment of the Second Mexican Empire https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Mexican_1_centavo_coin German 1 pfennig coin (1873-1918) The first 1 pfennig coin issued following the unification of Germany in 1871 was used by the German Empire from 1873 to 1889. An issue similar in design to the first was later introduced in https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/German_1_pfennig_coin_(1873-1918) Italian lira The Italian lira (Italian: Lira italiana; sign: ₤; code: ITL) was the currency of Italy. Until 1946, it was divided into 100 centesimi. It was adopted in 1862 and used until 2002, when it was https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Italian_lira Main Page Currency Learn more about the money you spend, People Designers, numismatists, and more, Facilities Central banks and mints Twitter https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Main_Page Somali 5 shilling coin (unofficial) The 5 shilling/scellino coin is an unofficial piece of Somalia. It was released in at least two types from 1999 to 2013, during the existence of the former Republic of Somalia (or Somali Republic https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Somali_5_shilling_coin_(unofficial) Japanese 5 yen coin The 5 yen coin was first issued by Japan in 1870. Afterward, new issues were made in 1897, 1948, 1949, and 1989. It is currently in circulation within Japan. The Japanese for "five yen" go https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Japanese_5_yen_coin Franc The franc (German: Frank; Italian: franco) is the name of several currency units, most notably the Swiss franc, which is currently a major-world currency, and the French franc, the currency of France before the https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Franc Seborga luigino The Seborga luigino (code: SPL; symbol: see here) is the local currency of the Principality of Seborga, a micronation located near the border of France and Italy, just above the Ligurian Sea. Its first coins https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Seborga_luigino United Arab Emirates dirham The United Arab Emirates dirham (Arabic: درهم إماراتي; code: AED; symbol: د.إ) is the currency of the United Arab Emirates. Though the dirham's official code is AED, it is sometimes seen abbreviated as https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/United_Arab_Emirates_dirham Canadian 1,000,000 dollar coin The 1,000,000 dollar coin, introduced in 2007, is a gold bullion coin of Canada's Maple Leaf series. Massive in both value and size, the piece is the highest denominated coin of the https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Canadian_1,000,000_dollar_coin 2009 Royal Mint competition The Royal Mint of the United Kingdom held a competition from January to April 24, 2009 that allowed the public to submit designs for 29 different commemorative 50 pence coins for the then-upcoming 2012 https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/2009_Royal_Mint_competition Philippine 1,000 peso banknote The Philippine one thousand-peso note (Filipino: Sanlibong Piso) (₱1000) is a denomination of Philippine currency. José Abad Santos, Vicente Lim, and Josefa Llanes Escoda are currently featured on the front side of the notes https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Philippine_1,000_peso_banknote Japanese 10 yen coin The 10 yen coin was first minted by the Empire of Japan in 1871. 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