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|Somalian Gold Coins|
The first Somalian gold coins were issued in 1965 to celebrate the fifth anniversary of independence. Other commemorative gold coins have been issued since. Somali coins are denominated in shillings, scellini in Italian (singular scellino), but also known as somalo, presumably the plural of somalo is somali.
|Spanish Gold Coins|
|Swedish Gold Coins|
Before 1873, Sweden issued gold coins denominated in Marks, and also trade coins denominated in ducats. In 1873, it adopted decimal currency, since when its gold coins have been denominated in kronor, the singular of which is krona.
|Swiss Gold Coins|
|Gold Coins of Trinidad & Tobago|
|200 Dollars||30||11.17||.1796||5.58618||.5||TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO|
|Tunisian Gold Coins|
In ancient times, the coins of Carthage belonged to the Greek coin series, later Roman. In more recent times, Tunisian coins were denominated in sultani and half sultani, later in piastres, changing to francs under the French. From the beginning of the Republic, they are denominated in dinars.
|Turks and Caicos Islands Gold Coins|
All Turks and Caicos Islands gold coins are commemoratives.
|100 Crowns (2002)||39||31.15||1||31.10348||.9999||TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS|
|Gold Coins of Ukraine|
|Alderney Gold Coins|
In the short time for which Alderney had been issuing gold coins, it has made a variety of denominations. These appear to split into two series. Large format two and five pound coins have been issued as gold proof versions of cupro-nickel commemorative crown sized coins. Another series starts with a small ten pound coin and progresses through twenty five, fifty and hundred pound coins.
|One Pound (2009)||13.92||1.244||.03996||1.24289||.999||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Twenty Five Pounds (2003)||22.05||7.98||.2534||7.88162||.916||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Guernsey Gold Coins|
In the short time for which Guernsey had been issuing gold coins, it has made a wide variety of denominations. First in 1981 was a pound coin, similar in dimensions to a British sovereign. The ¡ê2 coin of 1997 is the gold version of the two pound issued in cupro-nickel and also in a silver proof version, and is therefore a large heavy coin, much larger than the higher value denominations which we will now describe. A five pound was issued in 1995 with a weight of 7.81 grams, and a twenty five pounds was issued in 1994 with the same weight. Ten pounds, fifty pounds and hundred pounds were also in 1994 using a weight standard proportional to the ¡ê25 coin. Other high denomination gold coins have also been issued since 1994 with using this same weight standard. All these gold coin issues have been proofs.
|Five Pounds 2000/1/2||38.61||39.94||1.1771||36.6119||.9166||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Five Pounds Piedfort 2002||38.61||79.88||2.3542||73.22381||.9166||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Ten Pounds 2005||65||155.58||5||155.51738||.999||UNITED KINGDOM|
|2000 Manx Queen Mother Pearl Gold Coin|
|Jersey Gold Coins|
Jersey is the largest and best known of the Channel Islands. It is a dependency of the Island of Guernsey, is ruled directly by the British Crown, and is not subject to the British Parliament.
|Twenty Five Pounds 2004||22.5||7.98||.2534||7.88162||.9166||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Five Pounds 2002||38.61||47.54||1.4012||43.58219||.9166||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Ten Pounds 2004||65||1.5558||5||155.51738||.999||UNITED KINGDOM|
|2003 Manx Gold Coin Set|
The Isle of Man issued a 5 coin gold proof set set in 2003, 'The Golden Age of Elizabeth I' with designs featuring Elizabeth I, Henry VIII, Sir Walter Raleigh, Francis Drake & William Shakespeare.