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The History of Coins & Currency 1500 - 2019


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The northern countries seems to be wrong... According to the colour scheme we would have has polish zloty as our currency... I left a comment asking for clarification as it looks misleading... Perhaps the colour has some other significance..

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It just misses out lots of currencies.  I think the grey is unmarked a well as Scotland is that colour until the union in 1707 as well.

They also have canada and he rest of NA coloured as if they used the "piece of eight".  Why they chose that and not reales or escudos for Spain who knows.

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