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Ebana3.png
Credit: Yom & Sniff.
Coin of King Ebana of Aksum.



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Credit: Lawrence Oei & Sniff
The reverse of a 2001 Canadian Silver Maple Leaf with summer colour finish.



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Credit: The Euro Information Website & Sniff
Spanish €2 commemorative coin Centenary of the first edition of Miguel de Cervantes' El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha (2005).



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Uzbeki girl.jpg
Credit: Camp4joy.org, User:Jabez
Uzbek girl wearing headdress and necklace of Soviet Union coins.



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Credit: commons:User:Jok2000
The Big Nickel at Dynamic Earth in Sudbury, Ontario.



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1783, Royal George medallion.png

Credit: User:Chris.B & Sniff

Medallion commemorating the blockade of Gibraltar, 1783, and the loss of the HMS Royal George, 1782.



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1 litas coin - palace (2005).png

Credit: Mcauburn & Sniff

The Lituanian 1 litas commemorative coin was released into circulation in 2005 to promote reconstruction of the royal palace.



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United States penny, obverse, 2002.png

Credit: US Mint, User:Dbenbenn & Sniff

A stunning 2002 Lincoln cent proof with a mirror-like finish. Lincoln's profile is complemented by a frosty cameo finish.



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2006-01-15 coin on water.jpg
Credit: commons:User:Roger McLassus.
A 1 Hungarian pengő coin, made of aluminium, floating on water, demonstrating its surface tension.



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1915-half-sov-reverse.png
Credit: DavidBrooks
Reverse of a 1915 George V half-sovereign.



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ClemensXI.png

Credit: Richardfabi and Sniff

Medal depicting Pope Clement XI.



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Yap Stone Money.jpg
Credit: User:Marshman
Yap stone money at the village of Gachpar on Yap.



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Credit: Dschwen & Sniff

1 Euro cent coin, issued 2002.



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Credit: Broc

Finnish euro coins</noinclude>



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Procedure

The nomination process here is relaxed, but articles that meet the featured article or featured picture requirements are more likely to gain support.

Nominating articles

  1. Find a picture containing a coin, banknote or other numismatic item that you think is very good. It need not be a current Featured Article or Featured picture, but if it is, it could only help the nomination.
    • If the article was previously nominated for featured status, or if it has been on peer review, try to resolve as many of the remaining objections as possible.
  2. In the nominations section below, add a third level section header with the linked page title as the section name (===[[Page title]]===). Below this new header, add your reasons for nomination and sign your nomination with ~~~~.

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