|French Gold Franc Coins|
|500 Franc Coins 1994 (1996 Olympics)||36||16.97||.5||15.55174||.9167||FRANCE|
|French Gold 500 Franc 70 Ecus Coins|
|Various Gold Commemoratives, 1990 - 1995||31||17||.5028||15.63883||.92||FRANCE|
|Gold Coins of Georgia|
|Ghana Gold Coins|
Ghana issued its first coins in 1958, following the existing British system, 12 pence = 1 shilling, and 20 shillings = 1 pound.Ghana issued coins denominated in Sika.
|Israeli Gold Coins|
Although Israel has issued its own coins since 1948, its first gold coins were issued in 1960. Until 1980m the coin denominations are in Lirot (Pounds) and mils (100 mils =¡ê1).From February 24th 1980 to 1985, after a coinage reform, they are denominated in Sheqalim (Shekels). 10 Old Agorot = 1 New Agorah; 100 New Agorot = 1 Sheqel.
|500 Lirot (Ben Gurion Commemorative)||34.5||28||.8102||25.20004||.9||ISRAEL|
|Kenyan Gold Coins|
|Macau Gold Coins|
|Gold Coins of Mauritania|
|Mauritian Gold Coins|
Although there were British coins struck for Mauritius as early as 1822, these were undated, and had their legends (inscriptions) in French.
|Moroccan Gold Coins|
|500 Dirhams, One Ounce||25.5||33.93||1||31.10348||.9167||MOROCCO|
|Gold Coins of Mozambique|
|Gold Coins of Nicaragua|
|Gold Coins of Norway|
|Panama Gold Coins|
The nominal or face value of many of Panama's gold coins is high relative to its gold content. At the time of writing, for example, 100 Balboas (= $100 US) was worth about ¡ê60, and its gold content was worth about ¡ê55. Compare this with a British sovereign which has a face value of ¡ê1 and a gold content similar to the 100 Balboas.
|Persian Gold Coins|
|5000 Dinars (Half Toman)||18||1.4372||.0416||1.2939||.9||PERSIAN|
|Gold Coins of The Philippines|
|Polish Gold Coins|
In earlier days, Poland issued gold ducats. In more recent times, all of its gold coins have been zloty (plural zlotych).
|Romanian Gold Coins|
Romanian gold coins are denominated in lei, which is the plural of leu.
|500 Lei 1982 - 1983||23||7.2||.2038||6.33889||.9||ROMANIA|