Wikipedia:List of hoaxes on Wikipedia/Federlandese (coin)
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This coin is made of bronze, and contains some runes, typical of the Germanic languages.
The name derived from Gothic Fadar and from Anglo-Saxon Fæder, that means Father. Federlandese means Of the father, because seems that in the coin could be represented Odin, nordic god, father of the gods according to the nordic tradition.