The bold ones are the only ones I guessed. Haven't even heard of some of the others.
The gulf rupee was the currency used in many of the Persian Gulf countries in the 60s and was issued by the government of India(yes, seriously). It was equivalent to the Indian rupee then. Sadly enough for the Indians, two of the contries which used that are now the highest valued currencies in the world. Kuwaiti dinar(more than double the British pound) and Bahraini dinar. At the same time, the Indian rupee went from being 13 to the pound then to 98 now.
You must have got the 10 Rupee coin quite recently. They have been in circulation only since 2005, unless you have a collectors edition which was not meant for circulation. They are many of those. Rs. 50, Rs. 100, minted only as collectors items, sometimes worth 100+ times the value printed.
I can't share any facts about my (small) coin collection. It's back at home. And the last time I tried to 'play around' with it was 5+ years ago(as I've been away from home since then) so don't remember much.
Böhmen, Livonia and Ragusa disappeared centuries ago, swallowed up into other countries. I am not surprised you haven't heard of them.
The 10 Rupee coin is from 2006, so quite recent, yes.
I don't think I have a Gulf Rupee. My Gulf country coins tend to be newer. I have no Denar from Kuwait or Bahrain, just 5-50 Fils. That's something to look for, then
Yeah, I guessed you didn't have the details so I didn't ask...this might be an opportunity to add some European countries to your collection, though
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