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I'm still a newbie here, so please tell me if I'm doing anything wrong!

 

Here I have 10 coins I need an ID on. More to come!

 

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Thanks for any help everyone!!!

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Welcome! Just a little ad to what has been said.

First coin was minted in 1978 (Arab year 1398). To convert Arab year, you should use a specific conversion table, but you can approximate it, this way:

 

Arab year * 0.97 + 622 = AD year

 

Konstantinos Kanaris is portraited on Grecian coin, you showed

 

http://en.wikipedia....tantine_Kanaris

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Qatar 1978

Taiwan (year 59 of the republic) 1960

China 1976

China - Hupeh - somewhere between 1900 and 1906ish (I don't have a book handy)

Japan - (year 62 of Showa) 1987

N/A

Japan - (year 15 of Showa) 1940

Greece 1984

 

 

 

@DFL911: Apostrophes are only used in Wade-Giles transliteration of Ch'ing / Qing. In pinyin, It is generally not used, except when spacing out words so

 

e.g. differentiating the two character Xi'an (The city with the terracotta warriors) and the one character xian (line/thread).

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Greece 1971 2 drachma

Morocco 1987 1/2 dinar (?)

Greece 1976 5 drachma

Nepal

S. Korea 1999 100 won

Saudi Arabia AH1379

Thailand 25 satang? (1/4 baht)

S. Korea 2000 100 won

Israel

Greece 1966 50 lepta (1/2 drachma)

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