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Ok, random guess time ;) I don't have to guess the years right? ;)

 

1. Russia 50 kopeks, 1925

2. France 20 Franc

3. Belgium 25 cents

4. Brazil, 25 centavos, 2005

5. No idea, probably Mexico

6. Australia, 5 cents

7. Austria, 1 florin

8. Japan, 50 sen

9 Germany, 20 marks (I was thinking Prussia)

10. No idea, probably Peru 10 sol

11. Russia, 1 ruble, 1924

 

Damn, missed two :ninja:

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Good job GX - 7 out of 11. It took me longer to put this image together than you to answer most of them. :ninja: I will have to make it more difficult next time.

 

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2. France 20 Franc - Correct

3. Belgium 25 cents - Correct

4. Brazil, 25 centavos, 2005 - Correct

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6. Australia, 5 cents - Correct

7. Austria, 1 florin - Correct

8. Japan, 50 sen - Correct

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11. Russia, 1 ruble, 1924 - Correct

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1. Phillipines Peso - Correct

2. France 20 Franc - Correct

3. Belgium 25 cents - Correct

4. Brazil, 25 centavos - Correct

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6. Australia, 5 cents - Correct

7. Austria, 1 florin - Correct

8. Japan, 50 sen - Correct

9. Italy 20 Lira 19th century - Correct

10. Danzig- Gdansk 10 Pf 1932 - Correct

11. Russia, 1 ruble - Correct

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Wow, pretty good and quick answers! (I only got 6 of them)

Still more than I knew. :ninja: By the way, if member A has nine right guesses, and then comes B and guesses the remaining one right, who would be the winner, A or B? You don't want to break a prize into pieces, and certainly not when it's a coin, hehe.

 

Christian

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By the way, if member A has nine right guesses, and then comes B and guesses the remaining one right, who would be the winner, A or B? You don't want to break a prize into pieces, and certainly not when it's a coin, hehe.

 

Christian

 

Very true, but I guess it boils down to who can guess the last most difficult one.

 

The next contest is going to be much more difficult. :ninja:

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Very true, but I guess it boils down to who can guess the last most difficult one.

 

The next contest is going to be much more difficult. :ninja:

 

One way to make it more *interesting* and help avoid that scenario is to report the number correct in the guess, but not *which* ones are correct (assuming the guess is for more than one coin).

 

When I tried one of these a while ago, I was amzed by the number of people who said it was impossible and equally amazed by the number of people making correct identifications!

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