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May. 25th, 2010 (UTC)

The Bank of Scotland does indeed print its own banknotes, but this pound coin is just generically British; they have traditionally alternated designs to honor each of the member countries of the UK, so this is from a Scotland year.

Italy is correct, that's 10 eurocents.

The franc is a franc, but where is it from? France doesn't have francs anymore. :-)

The Czech Republic is right.

And it's actually a wacky nickel, not a quarter. Are they doing something weird with nickels now? I'm going to have a lot to learn when I get back to Pittsburgh! :-)




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