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Imperial

Emperor/Empress Description Obtained
Classical Roman
(27 BC - 395 AD)
Trajan Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Hadrian Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gallienus Antoninianus minted 260-268.
Obverse: Radiate bust of Gallienus facing right, with the inscription "GALLIENVS [AVG]"
Reverse: Abundantia emptying a cornucopia, with the inscription "[ABUN]DANTIA AVG"
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
Claudius II Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Aurelian Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Probus Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Diocletian Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Galerius Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Constantine I Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Licinius Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Constantius II Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Constans I Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Valentinian I Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gratian Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Theodosius I Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Western Roman
(393-480)
Honorius Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Eastern Roman
(383-610)
Arcadius Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Theodosius II Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Anastasius I Follis minted at Constantinople c. 512-17
Obverse: Diademed bust of Anastasius I facing right, with the inscription "[D]N ANASTASIVS PP AV[G]"
Reverse: A large "M" with a star on either side, with the mintmark "CON" and the officina letter B below.
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
Justinian I Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Maurice Follis minted at Constantinople 584-5
Obverse: Crowned full-face bust of Maurice holding a globis cruciger, with the inscription "DN MAVRIC TIBER PP AV I"
Reverse: A large "M" and smaller officina letter B, with a cross above and the mintmark "CON" below; "ANNO" to the left, and the regnal year II to the right.
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
Medieval Roman
(610-1453)
Leo VI Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Alexander Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Constantine VII Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Holy Roman
(812-1806)
Rudolf II Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Francis II Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Russian
(1514-1917)
Ivan IV Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Nicholas II Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
French
(1806-1814, 1815, 1852-1870)
Napoleon III Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Austrian
(1804-1918)
Francis I Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Franz Joseph I Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Indian
(1878-1948)
Victoria Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Edward VII Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
George V Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
George VI Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Italian
(1936-1941)
Victor Emmanuel III The 1939-43 design of the 10 centesimi coin, with this coin minted in 1940.
Obverse: Victor Emmanuel III, with the inscription "VITT•EM•III•RE•E•IMP•"
Reverse: Crowned Savoy coat of arms superimposed on a fasces, with an ear of wheat on the left and oak leaves on the right, below "ITALIA" and above the denomination ("C.10").
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Austenasian
(2008-present)
Jonathan I September 2018 release, minted in celebration of the tenth anniversary of Austenasia's foundation. Face value of £3.
Obverse: Jonathan I, portrait based on a 2016 photograph, with the inscription "JONATHAN•I•AUSTENASIA•IMP•AUT•ROMANORUM•2018•7527".
Reverse: "TEN•YEARS•SINCE/THE•DECLARATION/OF•INDEPENDENCE", above the face value and encircled by the same inscription as on the obverse.
Submitted to the Museum on 1 September 2018 by the Austenasian Treasury in accordance with Paragraph 5 of the Commemorative Coins Act 2018.

Micronational

The Micronational Collection consists of coins and banknotes from various small nations recognized by the Empire. Many of these items are extremely rare.

Country Facial Value Year Design Obtained
link={{{2}}} Egtavia 10 e coin 2011 Obverse: Egtavian coat of arms.
Reverse: diverging lines with the Austenasian Star.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Crown Prince Jonathan by Pierre dÉgtavie in 2012. Minted in expectation of an upcoming Austenasian state visit.
link={{{2}}} Egtavia 5 e banknote 2010 Obverse: A hen and a rooster on National Highway One near Prad City.
Reverse: Philip Fish, James von Puchow and Alexander Reinhardt against the background of their respective national flags.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Crown Prince Jonathan by Pierre dÉgtavie in 2012.
link={{{2}}} Egtavia 2 e banknote 2010 Obverse: The SW-2E locomotive near Wadlow on the Trans-Egtavia Aerial Tramway.
Reverse: Egtavian sheep.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Crown Prince Jonathan by Pierre dÉgtavie in 2012.
link={{{2}}} Egtavia 1 e banknote 2010 Obverse: S-MS-1 Catapult during fire tests in Egtavia's grasslands.
Reverse: Egtavian chickens
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Crown Prince Jonathan by Pierre dÉgtavie in 2012.
link={{{2}}} Egtavia 50 cents e coin 2011 A stylised "e" and diverging lines with a studded border. Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Crown Prince Jonathan by Pierre dÉgtavie in 2012.
link={{{2}}} Egtavia 25 cents e coin 2011 The crest from Egtavia's flag with a studded border. Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Crown Prince Jonathan by Pierre dÉgtavie in 2012.
link={{{2}}} Landashir 5 shillings banknote Unknown Landashir'n coat of arms. Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Crown Prince Jonathan by James von Puchow in 2012.
link={{{2}}} Landashir 1 shilling banknote 2011 Blue border around a white centre with the lower-case words "community of landashir". Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Crown Prince Jonathan by James von Puchow in 2012.
link={{{2}}} Landashir 1 shilling banknote Unknown Portrait of and quote from Thomas Paine. Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Crown Prince Jonathan by James von Puchow in 2012.
link={{{2}}} Molossia Thirtieth Anniversary commemorative coin 2007 Obverse: Lesser Coat of Arms of Molossia.
Reverse: Arms of the Grand Republic of Vuldstein
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Purchased by Jonathan I in 2015.
link={{{2}}} Molossia Presidential Wedding commemorative coin 2011 Obverse: President Baugh and the First Lady in profile.
Reverse: "RM" (Republic of Molossia) superimposed over a stylized Voodoo goddess of love.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Purchased by Jonathan I in 2015.
link={{{2}}} St.Charlie 100 Pianeta banknote 2010 Obverse: Patrizio I of St.Charlie
Reverse: Jonas "the Pony" Branson (a popular figure from New Ridgeway)
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Jonathan I by Alexander Reinhardt in 2016.
link={{{2}}} St.Charlie 20 Pianeta banknote 2012 Obverse: Heinrich Schneider
Reverse: A photograph of a pond (location unknown)
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Jonathan I by Alexander Reinhardt in 2016.
link={{{2}}} St.Charlie 5 Pianeta banknote 2012 Obverse: Alexander Reinhardt
Reverse: A parody of Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima, edited to replace the American flag with that of St.Charlie.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Jonathan I by Alexander Reinhardt in 2016.
link={{{2}}} Zealandia 50 krona banknote Unknown Heraldic symbols of Zealandia. Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
Gifted to Crown Prince Jonathan by Håkon Lindström in 2012.

Euro

The Euro Collection consists of Euro coins from various countries and of various denominations.

Country Facial Value Year Design Obtained
link={{{2}}} Cyprus 1 cent coin 2011 Two mouflons next to the name of Cyprus in Greek and Turkish (ΚΥΠΡΟΣ and KIBRIS). Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on 6 July 2018.
link={{{2}}} France 20 cent coin 1999 A sower in a field in front of a rising sun, with the letters RF (République française) to the right. Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} France 10 cent coin 1999 A sower in a field in front of a rising sun, with the letters RF (République française) to the right. Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Germany 1 cent coin 2012 An oak twig. Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Greece 1 euro coin 2002 A representation of a 4th-century BC Athenian coin featuring an owl and olive branch, with the value of the coin in the Greek alphabet (1 ΕΥΡΩ). Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Ireland 5 cent coin 2003 A cláirseach (Irish harp). Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on 17 August 2018.
link={{{2}}} Ireland 1 cent coin 2005 A cláirseach (Irish harp). Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Italy 2 cent coin 2009 A depiction of the Mole Antonelliana and the interconnected letters RI (Repubblica Italiana) to the left. Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Slovakia 50 cent coin 2009 Bratislava Castle, with the Slovakian national emblem in the left of the picture, above the name "SLOVENSKO" (Slovakia). Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Spain 20 cent coin 1999 Miguel de Cervantes next to a quill, with the name "ESPAÑA" (Spain) to the left. Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Spain 2 cent coin 1999 Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, with the name "ESPAÑA" (Spain) to the left. Part of the founding collection of the Museum.

British

The British Collection consists of coins minted by the United Kingdom which have since been demonetised or replaced with more recent designs (primarily pre-decimal coinage), as well as coins minted by British crown dependencies and Gibraltar.

Origin Facial Value Year Design Obtained
link={{{2}}} Gibraltar 10 pence coin 2009 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A Koehler Depressing Carriage in commemoration of the Great Siege of Gibraltar.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Guernsey 10 pence coin (1977-84 design) 1977 Obverse: Coat of arms of Guernsey
Reverse: A Guernsey cow
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Guernsey 2 pence coin (1977-81 design) 1977 Obverse: Coat of arms of Guernsey
Reverse: A windmill from Sark
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Guernsey 1 penny coin (1977-81 design) 1979 Obverse: Coat of arms of Guernsey
Reverse: A gannet
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Jersey 50 pence coin (1983-97 design) 1984 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: Grosnez Castle
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Jersey 20 pence coin (1982 design) 1982 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: La Corbière Lighthouse
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Jersey 10 pence coin (1983-90 design) 1989 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: Dolmens La Pouquelaye de Faldouet in Saint Martin
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Jersey 2 pence coin (1981 design) 1981 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: Coat of arms of Jersey
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Jersey 2 pence coin (1983-92 design) 1984 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: The Hermitage of St Helier
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Jersey 1 penny coin (1983-92 design) 1984 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: Le Hocq Tower
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Isle of Man 20 pence coin (2004-16 design) 2008 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: The clock of Castle Rushen
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Isle of Man 5 pence coin (1990-93 design) 1992 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A windsurfer
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Isle of Man 2 pence coin (1980-83 design) 1980 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A Red-billed chough in flight
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 2 shillings coin (1947-48 design) 1947 Obverse: George VI
Reverse: A crowned Tudor rose flanked by a thistle and shamrock.
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 2 shillings coin (1953-70 design) 1966 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A Tudor rose surrounded by thistles, shamrocks and leeks.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 1 shilling coin (1954-70 Scottish design) 1963 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A crowned Scottish shield.
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 10 pence coin (1968-81 design) 1969 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A lion passant guardant royally crowned.
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 6 pence coin (1954-70 design) 1963 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A Tudor rose, shamrock, thistle and leek aligned in a cross.
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 5 pence coin (1968-81 design) 1971 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A crowned thistle.
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 5 pence coin (1982-90 design) 1989 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A crowned thistle.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 3 pence coin (1838-87 design) 1864 Obverse: Victoria
Reverse: The denomination ("3"), crowned and encircled by a wreath.
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 3 pence coin (1887-93 design) 1891 Obverse: Victoria
Reverse: The denomination ("3"), crowned and encircled by a wreath.
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 3 pence coin (1893-1901 design) 1900 Obverse: Victoria
Reverse: The denomination ("3"), crowned and encircled by a wreath.
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 3 pence coin (1902-10 design) 1908 Obverse: Edward VII
Reverse: The denomination ("3"), crowned and encircled by a wreath.
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 3 pence coin (1911-20 design) 1911 Obverse: George V
Reverse: The denomination ("3"), crowned and encircled by a wreath.
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 3 pence coin (1920-27 design) 1926 Obverse: George V
Reverse: The denomination ("3"), crowned and encircled by a wreath.
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 3 pence coin (1927-36 design) 1934 Obverse: George V
Reverse: Three oak sprigs with acorns.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 3 pence coin (1927-36 design) 1936 Obverse: George V
Reverse: Three oak sprigs with acorns.
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 3 pence coin (1937-45 silver design) 1938 Obverse: George VI
Reverse: Shield of St George lying on a Tudor rose.
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 3 pence coin (1954-70 design) 1955 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A crowned portcullis (emblem of Parliament).
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 2 pence coin (1971-81 design) 1979 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: The Badge of the Prince of Wales.
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on 21 August 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 1 penny coin (1860-94 design) 1879 Obverse: Victoria
Reverse: Britannia (personification)
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom 1 penny coin (1954-70 design) 1963 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: Britannia (personification)
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom Halfpenny coin (1937-48 design) 1939 Obverse: George VI
Reverse: The Golden Hind
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom Halfpenny coin (1954-69 design) 1963 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: The Golden Hind
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom Halfpenny coin (1971-81 design) 1971 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: St Edward's Crown
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom Farthing coin (1821-26 design) 1821 Obverse: George IV
Reverse: Britannia (personification)
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom Farthing coin (1831-37 design) 1831 Obverse: William IV
Reverse: Britannia (personification)
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom Farthing coin (1838-59 design) 1856 Obverse: Victoria
Reverse: Britannia (personification)
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom Farthing coin (1874-95 design) 1892 Obverse: Victoria
Reverse: Britannia (personification)
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United Kingdom Farthing coin (1926-36 design) 1936 Obverse: George V
Reverse: Britannia (personification)
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.

Pre-Euro

The Pre-Euro Collection consists of coins minted by countries in the Eurozone prior to them having adopted the Euro.

Country Facial Value Year Design Obtained
link={{{2}}} Belgium 5 francs coin (1986-93 design) 1986 Obverse: Stylised portrait of King Baudouin
Reverse: The denomination ("5F") centred above the country's name in Dutch ("BELGIE").
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Belgium 1 franc coin (1989-93 design) 1989 Obverse: King Baudouin
Reverse: The Heraldic Crown of Belgium and the denomination ("1F") above the country's name in Dutch ("BELGIE").
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} France 10 francs coin (1974-87 design) 1975 Obverse: A map of France with flashes pointing to Paris
Reverse: Denomination in centre across a background of industrial imagery
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} France 10 francs coin (1988-2001 design) 1991 Obverse: A representation of freedom flanked by the letters "RF" (République Française)
Reverse: The denomination ("10F") encircled by the French national motto.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} France 5 francs coin (1970-2001 design) 1971 Obverse: A sower in a field in front of a rising sun
Reverse: Olive branches, oak branches and wheat ears beneath the denomination.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} France 2 francs coin (1977-2001 design) 1982 Obverse: A sower in a field in front of a rising sun
Reverse: The denomination on a background of an olive branch and an oak branch
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} France 1 franc coin (1959-2001 design) 1960 Obverse: A sower in a field in front of a rising sun
Reverse: The denomination above an olive branch
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} France Half franc coin (1964-2001 design) 1971 Obverse: A sower in a field in front of a rising sun
Reverse: The denomination above an olive branch
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} France 25 centimes coin (1917-37 design) 1922 Circular hole in the centre of the coin.
Obverse: The letters "RF" (République Française) beneath a Phyrgian cap
Reverse: Denomination ("25 CMES") beneath the French national motto.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} France 20 centimes coin (1962-2001 design) 1981 Obverse: Marianne
Reverse: The denomination encircled with a wheat ear, an olive branch, and the French national motto.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} France 10 centimes coin (1962-2001 design) 1967 Obverse: Marianne
Reverse: The denomination encircled with a wheat ear, an olive branch, and the French national motto.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} France 5 centimes coin (1966-2001 design) 1987 Obverse: Marianne
Reverse: The denomination encircled with a wheat ear, an olive branch, and the French national motto.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Ireland 5 pence coin (1969-90 design) 1976 Obverse: A cláirseach (Irish harp).
Reverse: A bull beneath the denomination ("5p").
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Ireland 2 pence coin (1971-88 design) 1971 Obverse: A cláirseach (Irish harp).
Reverse: A stylized letter "U" from the Book of Kells resembling a bird, beneath the denomination ("2p").
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Ireland 1 penny coin (1971-88 design) 1980 Obverse: A cláirseach (Irish harp).
Reverse: A stylized bird adapted from ornamental detail in the Book of Kells, beneath the denomination ("1p").
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Netherlands 1 guilder coin (1967-80 design) 1968 Obverse: Queen Juliana
Reverse: Denomination ("1G") divided by the crowned arms of the Netherlands
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Netherlands 25 cent coin (1982-2001 design) 1984 Obverse: Stylised portrait of Queen Beatrix
Reverse: Denomination ("25ct") on a background of crossed lines
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Netherlands 10 cent coin (1950-80 design) 1980 Obverse: Queen Juliana
Reverse: Denomination below the Crown of the Netherlands
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Portugal 10 escudos coin (1986-2001 design) 1986 Obverse: The Portuguese coat of arms topped by a knot and encircled with the country's name in Portuguese ("REPUBLICA PORTUGUESA")
Reverse: Detail from a stained glass window, above the denomination.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Portugal 5 escudos coin (1986-2001 design) 1986 Obverse: The Portuguese coat of arms topped by a knot and encircled with the country's name in Portuguese ("REPUBLICA PORTUGUESA")
Reverse: Detail from a stained glass window, above the denomination.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Portugal 1 escudo coin (1986-2001 design) 1987 Obverse: The Portuguese coat of arms topped by a knot and encircled with the country's name in Portuguese ("REPUBLICA PORTUGUESA")
Reverse: Detail from a stained glass window, above the denomination.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Portugal 50 centavos coin (1969-79 design) 1979 Obverse: Escutcheon of the Portuguese coat of arms, encircled with the country's name in Portuguese ("REPUBLICA PORTUGUESA")
Reverse: Five ears of wheat, above the denomination.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Sardinia 5 centesimi coin 1826 Obvserse: Crowned spade-shaped shield of displayed eagle, with oval shield of Savoy arms on breast, between two oak branches.
Reverse: Denomination encircled by a laurel wreath.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Spain 5 peseta coin 1975 Obvserse: Juan Carlos I
Reverse: Denomination ("5PTAS") bisected by the coat of arms of Juan Carlos I.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Spain 5 peseta coin (1982-89 design) 1983 Obvserse: Juan Carlos I
Reverse: Denomination ("5PTAS") bisected by the coat of arms of Juan Carlos I.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Spain 1 peseta coin (1982-89 design) 1986 Obvserse: Juan Carlos I
Reverse: The denomination and the Spanish coat of arms.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} West Germany 1 Deutsche Mark coin (1950-2001 design) 1982 Obverse: German eagle, encircled by the name of the country in German ("BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND")
Reverse: Denomination below two oak branches.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} West Germany 1 pfennig coin (1950-2001 design) 1980 Obverse: Oak seedling, encircled by the name of the country in German ("BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND")
Reverse: Denomination between two ears of rye.
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.

Miscellaneous

The Miscellaneous Collection consists of coins (and a banknote) from countries around the world which are not included within any other of the Museum's collections.

Country Facial Value Year Design Obtained
link={{{2}}} Australia 20 cent coin (1966-84 design) 1966 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A platypus, with the denomination ("20") above to the right
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Bulgaria 50 leva note 1952 Obverse: Georgi Dimitrov and the 1948-67 Bulgarian coat of arms
Reverse: A woman picking roses
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Canada 25 cent coin (1968-89 design) 1974 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A caribou, with the denomination between its antlers and the name of the country to its left
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Canada 10 cent coin (1969-89 design) 1969 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: The Bluenose (a celebrated Canadian racing ship) above the denomination, with the name of the country above
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Canada 5 cent coin (1963-64 design) 1963 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A beaver above the name of the country, below the denomination flanked with maple leafs
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Canada 5 cent coin (1965-81 design) 1980 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A beaver above the name of the country, below the denomination flanked with maple leafs
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Canada 1 cent coin (1965-79 design) 1977 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A leafed maple twig, below the denomination and above the name of the country
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Canada 1 cent coin (1982-89 design) 1983 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: A leafed maple twig, below the denomination and above the name of the country
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Denmark 1 krone coin (current design) 1992 Obverse: Stylisted monograms of Margrethe II encircling a hole in the middle of the coin
Reverse: A design based on prehistoric drawings, with the denomination above and the name of the country in Danish below, separated by two small hearts
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Egypt 10 milliemes coin (1938-43 design) 1943 Obverse: King Farouk
Reverse: The denomination and the name of the country, both in Arabic
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Hungary 10 florint coin (1992-2011 design) 1994 Obverse: The coat of arms of Hungary, encircled by the name of the country in Hungarian ("MAGYAR KÖZTÁRSASÁG")
Reverse: Denomination
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Jamaica 1 dollar coin (current design) 2008 Obverse: The coat of arms of Jamaica, below the name of the country and above the denomination
Reverse: Alexander Bustamante
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on 2 July 2018.
link={{{2}}} Malaysia 1 sen coin (1967-81 design) 1971 Obverse: The Malaysian Parliament House and the Bintang Persekutuan (crescent and star)
Reverse: Denomination beneath the name of the country
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} New Zealand 50 cent coin (1967-85 design) 1979 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: The HMS Endeavour near Mount Taranaki, with the denomination to the top-left
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} New Zealand 50 cent coin (current design) 2006 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: The HMS Endeavour near Mount Taranaki, with the denomination to the top-left
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on 2 July 2018.
link={{{2}}} New Zealand 20 cent coin (current design) 2006 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: Maori carving, above the denomination
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on 2 July 2018.
link={{{2}}} New Zealand 10 cent coin (1986-98 design) 1996 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: Maori mask, below the denomination
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} New Zealand 10 cent coin (current design) 2006 Obverse: Elizabeth II
Reverse: Maori mask, below the denomination
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Singapore 10 cents coin (1985-91 design) 1985 Obverse: Coat of arms of Singapore, encircled by the name of the country in Malay, Chinese, English and Tamil
Reverse: The denomination to the left of a depiction of public housing, within a lion-head motif
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Singapore 10 cents coin (current design) 2016 Obverse: Coat of arms of Singapore, encircled by the name of the country in Malay, Chinese, English and Tamil
Reverse: The denomination to the left of a depiction of public housing, within a lion-head motif
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} South Africa 5 rand coin (1994-5 design) 1995 Obverse: The South African coat of arms, with the name of the country in English to the left and in Afrikaans to the right
Reverse: A wildebeest below the denomination
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} South Africa 2 rand coin (1989-95 design) 1989 Obverse: The South African coat of arms, with the name of the country in English to the left and in Afrikaans to the right
Reverse: A greater kudu to the left of the denomination
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} South Africa 1 rand coin (1991-95 design) 1992 Obverse: The South African coat of arms, with the name of the country in English to the left and in Afrikaans to the right
Reverse: A springbok below the denomination, above the motto "SOLI DEO GLORIA"
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} South Africa 50 cent coin (1990-95 design) 1993 Obverse: The South African coat of arms, with the name of the country in Afrikaans to the left and in English to the right
Reverse: Strelitzia to the left of the denomination ("50c")
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} South Africa 10 cent coin (1990-95 design) 1993 Obverse: The South African coat of arms, with the name of the country in Afrikaans to the left and in English to the right
Reverse: Zantedeschia to the left of the denomination ("10c")
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Soviet Union 10 kopek coin (1961-91 design) 1977 Obverse: State Emblem of the Soviet Union above "CCCP"
Reverse: Denomination within wreath
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Soviet Union 10 kopek coin (1961-91 design) 1987 Obverse: State Emblem of the Soviet Union above "CCCP"
Reverse: Denomination within wreath
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} Switzerland 2 franc coin (1968-81 design) 1981 Obverse: Helvetia
Reverse: Denomination ("2 Fr.") within wreath
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on 2 July 2018.
link={{{2}}} Switzerland 2 franc coin (current design) 2000 Obverse: Helvetia
Reverse: Denomination ("2 Fr.") within wreath
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on 2 July 2018.
link={{{2}}} Switzerland 1 franc coin (current design) 1986 Obverse: Helvetia
Reverse: Denomination ("1 Fr.") within wreath
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on 2 July 2018.
link={{{2}}} Switzerland Half franc coin (1968-81 design) 1969 Obverse: Helvetia
Reverse: Denomination ("1/2 Fr.") within wreath
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on 2 July 2018.
link={{{2}}} Switzerland Half franc coin (current design) 1982 Obverse: Helvetia
Reverse: Denomination ("1/2 Fr.") within wreath
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on 2 July 2018.
link={{{2}}} Switzerland 5 rappen coin (current design) 1995 Obverse: Bust of Libertas facing right, encircled by the name of the country in Latin ("CONFOEDERATIO HELVETICA")
Reverse: Denomination ("5") within wreath
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} Thailand 5 baht coin (1988-2008 design) 2004 Obverse: Bhumibol Adulyadej
Reverse: Wat Benchamabophit above denomination ("๕ บาท 5")
Donated to the Museum by Emperor Mother Margaret on Independence Day 2018.
link={{{2}}} United States of America 1 dime coin (current design) 1992 Obverse: Franklin D. Roosevelt, with the mottos "LIBERTY" and "IN GOD WE TRUST"
Reverse: "E•PLURIBUS•UNUM" interspersed with an olive branch, a torch and an oak branch, all encircled by the name of the country and the denomination
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} United States of America 5 cent coin (1942-45 design) 1943 Obverse: Thomas Jefferson, encircled by the mottos "LIBERTY" and "IN GOD WE TRUST"
Reverse: Monticello above the denomination, encircled by "E PLURIBUS UNUM" and the name of the country
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} United States of America 5 cent coin (current design) 1989 Obverse: Thomas Jefferson, encircled by the mottos "LIBERTY" and "IN GOD WE TRUST"
Reverse: Monticello above the denomination, encircled by "E PLURIBUS UNUM" and the name of the country
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} United States of America 1 cent coin (1959-82 design) 1971 Obverse: Abraham Lincoln, with the mottos "LIBERTY" and "IN GOD WE TRUST"
Reverse: The Lincoln Memorial beneath the motto "E PLURIBUS UNUM, all encircled by the name of the country and the denomination
Part of the founding collection of the Museum.
link={{{2}}} United States of America 1 cent coin (1983-2008 design) 1995 Obverse: Abraham Lincoln, with the mottos "LIBERTY" and "IN GOD WE TRUST"
Reverse: The Lincoln Memorial beneath the motto "E PLURIBUS UNUM, all encircled by the name of the country and the denomination
Donated to the Museum by Jonathan I on 10 July 2018.