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1887 Denmark 1 Ore.

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Finland 1 Markkaa 1960 #36a 15.75mm NiFe 1953-62


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At 14 millimetres, here is 1 kurus from Turkey:

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2007 Canada 50 cents , 1/25 oz gold coin. the wolf

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Thailand 25 Satang 2008 y#441 16mm Cu/Sl 2008-16

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Finland 25 Pennia 1917S #19 Ag.750 16mm

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All of the recent additions have been very nice to see.
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This 1822 silver 1/24 Thaler of Anhalt-Bernburg is a scant 15mm in diameter.



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Great Britain gold 1800 third-guinea (used in circulation) and 2010 quarter-sovereign (introduced by The Royal Mint as a marketing gimmick as gold coins were getting so expensive)



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Great Britain gold 1800 third-guinea (used in circulation) and 2010 quarter-sovereign (introduced by The Royal Mint as a marketing gimmick as gold coins were getting so expensive)
Nice comparison photo.
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Thailand 5 Satang 1950 #72 15mm Tn

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Here's a nice and obscure one:

India
Billon damma of the Omkareshwar monastery
Minted c. Early 14th century AD




This is actually the final (chronologically) iteration of the "Indo-Sassanian" coinage which began around 500 AD when local Indian dynasties began minting imitations of Sassanian drachms for use on the Silk Road. Over time the design elements were lost to progressive attempts to make the coins hardier against circulation wear, resulting in the preservation of mass (4-4.5g) but the reduction of the diameter from about 25mm down to 15mm.

This particular coin bears the legend on the reverse "Sri Omkara" indicating it was minted by that monastery, probably to pay its workers.
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Very nice, Finn!
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