The most unusual coins 21st century

• The most unusual coins 21st century

After numismatics became one of the most popular hobbies in the world, central banks around the world began to produce memorable and anniversary coins.

In a world were colored coins, coins with inlays of different metals and even amber, featuring well-known personalities and even books characters.

The most unusual coins 21st century

Cameroon, 2011, CHF 1,000

The most unusual coins 21st century

Côte d'Ivoire, 2010, CHF 1,000

The most unusual coins 21st century

Mongolia, 2011, 500 MNT

The most unusual coins 21st century

Australia, 2011

The most unusual coins 21st century

Liberia, in 2001, $ 10

The most unusual coins 21st century

Liberia 2005 $ 10

The most unusual coins 21st century

Congo, in 2007, 10 francs

The most unusual coins 21st century

Palau, 2008

The most unusual coins 21st century

Canada, 2002, $ 20

The most unusual coins 21st century

Niue, 2008, $ 1

The most unusual coins 21st century

Benin, in 2011, 100 francs

The most unusual coins 21st century

France, 2010, 10 euros

The most unusual coins 21st century

The Polish zloty coin 10, dedicated to the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008

The most unusual coins 21st century

Turkey, 2001

The most unusual coins 21st century

Niue Islands, 2008. "Kaliningrad", a coin from the series "Amber Road", $ 1

The most unusual coins 21st century

Latvia, 1 Lats

The most unusual coins 21st century

Cambodia, soaring four-faced Buddha, 3,000 riel

The most unusual coins 21st century

Spain, the research vessel Hesperides, 2007, 10 euros