1.  Placed are first of all (as most attractive) golden or silver occasional coins; at their lack also circulating media.

2.  Some countries possess exclusively the right of the coinage occasional and/or not large denominations - in due measure possibilities they were become shown.

3.  Some countries use the foreign currency (e.g. USD or NZD), though formally in circulation possess the own currency. In due measure possibilities became shown examples of the own currency - the American dollar is sufficiently well-known.

4.  The notation in the table in the position „Currency” reflects the status de facto - sometimes discordant with the status de iure. From here the situation, when one gave the currency e.g. New Zealand Dollar and one showed the coin Pitcairn Dollar. This means that on Pitcairn (VP6) officially obligatory are PD. However nobody their use and they are mints (besides occasional pieces) and in the practical use are NZD.

5.  In countries in which coexist 2 currencies - national and foreign - (e.g. Bosnia-Herzegovina) one showed in due measure possibilities the own currency.




  1. Rules given for coins refer also to banknotes.

  2. In the event of, when the same currency is in use in many countries e.g. East Caribbean Dollar, Euro or Communaute Financiere Africaine Franc, for different countries put are different denominations.