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A new "county" with a QEII portrait

 

 

This brings my coin collection to 82 different countries (& territories, constituents, regions, protectorates, etc.) which have portraits of QEII.

 

The Queen has, herself, viewed the collectionm, in facsimile.

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A new "county" with a QEII portrait

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This brings my coin collection to 82 different countries (& territories, constituents, regions, protectorates, etc.) which have portraits of QEII.

 

The Queen has, herself, viewed the collectionm, in facsimile.

 

Nice collection you've got going. I like the new coin but honestly have never heard of the place.

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Nice collection you've got going. I like the new coin but honestly have never heard of the place.

 

Likewise. Tortoises are cool, but I'm not a big fan of issues for places that wouldn't actually have a use for currency.

It reminds me of the concept of fantasies in the stamp world.

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Had to look that one up too.... :shock: and I'm a geography fiend.

 

I agree, guys, but they are clearly not minting them themselves. The minting is in London or somewhere else (Perth?) I assume. I think these commonwealths make a little cut off these issues because folks like us will buy them. And it helps advertise the nations.

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Malaya & British Borneo

 

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Unfortunately another incomplete set, I'll be honest this is a series which falls under the "dull" category, which may be why I've never really pursued more from this are, well that & they're hard to get hold of, the 10c & 50c are missing from this set.

The 10c coin have quite a few version, 1961, 1961H, 1961KN. :)

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