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Coins From Around The World
Transcript of Coins From Around The World
Canadian Coins and Dollars
In the U.S. the main coins are pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Other coins that are usually not used in the economy or collected are fifty cent pieces, gold and silver dollars. Pennies are worth 1 cent, nickels 5 cents, dimes 10 cents, and quarters 25 cents.
Southern Africa Coins and Dollars
In Africa they call their bronze coins 1cent, 2 cents, 5 cents, 10 cents, 20 cents, and 50 cents. The silver coins are called 1 rand, 2 rands and 5 rands. The paper money is 10 rands, 20 rands, 50 rands, 100 rands, and 200 rands.
The paper money has water markings to help stop remakes. The coins and paper money have animals and there bills are colored.
German Coins and Dollars
The German Coins are called Euros. For example 10 cents is called 10 Euro cents. The German coins they make are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 Euro cents and 1 and 2 Euros.
By: Zach Bath
American Coins and Dollars
The Canadian coins from one cent piece to fifty cents piece are called the same thing the U.S.'s coins are called. The one dollar coin is called a "Loonie" and the two dollars' coin is called a "Toonie".
The reason I picked this topic is because I love to collect Coins and Dollars and I want to know more about them.
These are the Canadian coins in order from left to right 1cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 25 cents, 50 cents, 1 dollar, 2dollars.
This picture is the front and back of all the coins.
Hong Kong Coins and Dollars
The Russian Ruble
This is the new Canadian Dollar that is harder to copy and more durable. There is history behind these notes. During WWI (World War One) Canadian soldiers in France overcame a strong German fortress. This was good but it also had bad news along with it. Over 10,000 canadian soldiers died. The canadian bank, in honor of this, made new bank notes that are durable and harder to copy.
The United States dollar’s symbol is $.
I will use the U.S. dollar as a reference to compare other cultural dollar amounts.
This is about where Hong Kong is
The dollars are called Hong Kong dollars and the coins are fractions of Hong Kong Dollars. For instance ten cents is 1/10 or 10/100. The coins they make are 10 cents, 20 cents, 50 cents, one HKD (Hong Kong Dollar), two HKD, 5 HKD, and 10 HKD.
The symbol that represents a Hong Kong Dollar is HK$.
Hong Kong Dollar
The German dollar’s symbol is €.
RUB Stands for Russian Ruble and so does py6.
The Russian Ruble
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Bank of Canada
The coin values are 1, 5, 10, and 50 and they are called Koneeks. They would be like pennies to us. The others would be like dollars to us. 1, 2, 5, and 10 Rubles.
The Hong Kong from Left to Right are 10 cents, 20 cents, 50 cents, 1 dollar, 2 dollar, 5 dollar, and 10 dollars
These are South African coins. From left to right the coins are worth 1 cent, 2 cents, 5 cents, 10 cents, 20 cents, 50 cents, 1 rand, 2 rands, and 5 rands.
South African bills are called Rands and the symbol is R.
South Africa Dollars
The Canadian dollar’s symbol is C$.
5 Dollar Note
10 Dollar Note
20 Dollar Note
50 Dollar Note
100 Dollar Note
Over this project I have learned Values of a bunch of coins from other cultures. I had no idea that coin's value could be so far apart from other culture's coin values. I really enjoyed researching for this project.