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identifier for each coin, bill or other item. The naming scheme consists of the country code, references, regions etc. pp.
     
ASIA
 
 EASTERN ASIA (EAS)
 Northern Korea (KP)
 Southern Korea (KR)
 Japan (JP)
 Meiji ¦ Mutsuhito (1867-1912)
 Taishō ¦ Yoshihito (1912-1926)
 Shōwa ¦ Hirohito (1926-1989)
 Kinjō ¦ Akihito (1989-)
 China (CN)
 Qing Empire (1636-1912)
 Republic of China (1912-1949)
 People's Republic of China (1949-)
 Beijing ¦ Peking (-BJS)
 East Hebei (-EHB)
 Fujian ¦ Fukien (-FJ)
 Guang-dong ¦ Kwang-tung (-GD)
 Hunan (-HN)
 Liaoning ¦ Fengtien(-LN)
 Mengjiang ¦ Meng-Chiang (-MCG)
 Mandschukuo (-MND)
 Xinjiang ¦ Sinkiang (-XJ)
 Zhejiang ¦ Chekiang (-ZJ)
 Tibet (-TBT)
 Taiwan (TW)
 
 SOUTH EASTERN ASIA (SEA)
 
 SOUTHERN ASIA (SAS)
 Afghanistan (AF)
 
 WESTERN ASIA (WAS)
 Armenia (AM)
 Azerbaijan (AZ)
 Nagorno-Karabakh (-YGA)
 Georgia (GE)
 
 CENTRAL ASIA (CAS)
 Kyrgyzstan (KG)
 Kazakhstan (KZ)
 Tajikistan (TJ)
 Turkmenistan (TM)
 Uzbekistan (UZ)
 
OCEANIA
 
 POLYNESIA (POY)
 Cook Islands (CK)
 Elizabeth II. (1952-)
 
 MELANESIA (MEL)
 Fiji (FJ)
 George V. (1910-1936)
 Edward VIII. (1936)
 George VI. (1937-1952)
 Elizabeth II. (1952-)
 
AFRICA
 
 NORTHERN AFRICA (NAF)
 Algeria (DZ)
 Libya (LY)
 
 EASTERN AFRICA (EAF)
 Deutsch-Ostafrika (1885-1918)
 
 SOUTH EASTERN AFRICA (SEF)
 Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland (1953-1964)
 Elizabeth II. (1952-)
 Malawi (MW)
 Zambia (ZM)
 Zimbabwe (ZW)
 Southern Rhodesia (1923-1953)
 George V. (1910-1936)
 George VI. (1937-1952)
 Elizabeth II. (1952-)
 Rhodesia (1964-1980)
 Elizabeth II. (1952-)
 Republic (1970-1980)
 
 SOUTHERN AFRICA (SAF)
 Angola (AO)
 
AMERICAS
 
 NORTHERN AMERICA (NAM)
 United States (US)
 Hawaii (-HWI)
 Mexico (MX)
 Chihuahua (-CHH)
 Durango (-DUR)
 Oaxaca (-OAX)
 
 THE CARIBBEAN (CRB)
 Aruba (AW)
 Danish West Indies (1754-1917)
 Frederik VII. (1848-1863)
 Christian IX. (1863-1906)
 
 SOUTHERN AMERICA (SAM)
 Argentina (AR)
 Buenos Aires (-BAE)
 La Rioja (-LRJ)
 Falkland Islands (FK)
 Chile (CL)
 Uruguay (UY)
 
 CENTRAL AMERICA (CAM)
 
EUROPE
 
 NORTHERN EUROPE (NEU)
 Estonia (EE)
 Lithuania (LT)
 deutscher Orden ¦ Teutonic Order (-TTO)
 Latvia (LV)
 Riga (-RGA)
 Iceland (IS)
 Christian X. (1912-1944)
 Republic (1944-)
 Finland (FI)
 Alexander II. (1855-1881)
 Alexander III. (1881-1894)
 Nicholas II. (1894-1917)
 Independence & Civil War (1917-1918)
 Republic (1918-)
 Denmark (DK)
 Christian VII. (1766-1808)
 Frederik VI. (1808-1839)
 Christian VIII. (1839-1848)
 Frederik VII. (1848-1863)
 Christian IX. (1863-1906)
 Frederik VIII. (1906-1912)
 Christian X. (1912-1944)
 Frederik IX. (1947-1972)
 Margarethe II. (1972-)
 Faroe Islands (FO)
 Norway (NO)
 Frederik VI. (1808-1814)
 Carl XIV. Johan (1818-1844)
 Oscar I. (1844-1859)
 Carl XV. Adolf (1859-1872)
 Oscar II. (1872-1905)
 Haakon VII. (1905-1957)
 Olav V. (1957-1991)
 Harald V. (1991-)
 Sweden (SE)
 Carl XI. (1660-1697)
 Carl XII. (1697-1718)
 Frederick I. (1720-1751)
 Gustav III. (1771-1792)
 Gustav IV. Adolf (1792-1809)
 Carl XIII. (1809-1818)
 Carl XIV. Johan (1818-1844)
 Oscar I. (1844-1859)
 Carl XV. Adolf (1859-1872)
 Oscar II. (1872-1907)
 Gustav V. (1907-1950)
 Gustav VI. Adolf (1950-1973)
 Carl XVI. Gustav (1973-)
 
 SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE (SEE)
 Albania (AL)
 Zog I. (1928-1939)
 Vittorio Emanuele III. (1939-1943)
 People's Socialist Republic (1945-1990)
 Republic (1990-)
 Slovenia (SI)
 
 SOUTHERN EUROPE (SEU)
 Greece (GR)
 Crete (-CRT)
 Ionian Islands (-ION)
 Malta (MT)
 Order of Malta (-OOM)
 Cyprus (CY)
 Victoria (1878-1901)
 Edward VII. (1902-1910)
 Georg V. (1910-1936)
 Georg VI. (1937-1952)
 Elizabeth II. (1952-1960)
 Republic (1960-)
 Italy (IT)
 Impero Francese (-IPF)
 Ancona (-ANC)
 l'Aquila (-AQL)
 Bologna (-BOG)
 Brindisi (-BRI)
 Cagliari (-CAG)
 Emilia-Romagna (-EMR)
 Genoa (-GEN)
 Gorizia (-GOZ)
 Lombardy-Venetia (-LVT)
 Lucca (-LUA)
 Mantova (-MAN)
 Messina (-QME)
 Naples (-NAP)
 Perugia (-PEG)
 Sardinia (-SDY)
 Sicily (-SIC)
 Tassarolo (-TSS)
 Tuscany (-TSC)
 San Marino (SM)
 Papal States (VA-PPS)
 Gregory IV. (late 827-25.1.844)
 Anonymous Issues (Mid-late XII Century)
 Anonymous Issues (XIII Century)
 Senatorial Issues (Mid-late XIII/XIV Centuries)
 Brancaleone degli Andalò (1252-55,57-?.58)
 Charles of Anjou (1263-66,68-78,81-84)
 Cola di Rienzo (20.5.1347-15.12.1347)
 Anonymous (XIII/XIV Centuries)
 John XXII. (7.8.1316-4.12.1334)
 Urban V. (28.9.1362-19.12.1370)
 Gregory XI. (30.12.1370-26.3.1378)
 Clement VII. (20.9.1378-16.9.1394)
 Boniface IX. (2.11.1389-1.10.1404)
 Martin V. (11.11.1417-20.2.1431)
 Eugene IV. (3.3.1431-23.2.1447)
 Nicholas V. (6.3.1447-24.3.1455)
 Callistus III. (8.4.1455-6.8.1458)
 Pius II. (19.8.1458-15.8.1464)
 Paul II. (30.8.1464-26.7.1471)
 Sixtus IV. (9.8.1471-12.8.1484)
 Anonymous Issues (XV Century)
 Innocent VIII. (29.8.1484-25.7.1492)
 Alexander VI. (11.8.1492-18.8.1503)
 Julius II. (31.10.1503-21.2.1513)
 Leo X. (9.3.1513-1.12.1521)
 Anonymous (XVI Century)
 Hadrian VI. (9.1.1522-14.9.1523)
 Clement VII. (19.11.1523-25.9.1534)
 Paul III. (13.10.1534-10.11.1549)
 Julius III. (7.2.1550-23.3.1555)
 Paul IV. (23.5.1555-18.8.1559)
 Pius IV. (25.12.1559-9.12.1565)
 Pius V. (7.1.1566-1.5.1572)
 Gregory XIII. (13.5.1572-10.4.1585)
 Sixtus V. (25.4.1585-27.8.1590)
 Clement VIII. (30.1.1592-3.3.1605)
 Paul V. (16.5.1605-28.1.1621)
 Gregory XV. (9.2.1621-8.7.1623)
 Urban VIII. (6.8.1623-29.7.1644)
 Innocent X. (15.9.1644-7.1.1655)
 Alexander VII. (7.4.1655-22.5.1667)
 Clement IX. (20.6.1667-9.12-1669)
 Clement X. (29.4.1670-22.7.1676)
 Innocent XI. (21.9.1676-12.8.1689)
 Alexander VIII. (6.10.1689-1.2.1691)
 Innocent XII. (12.7.1691-27.9.1700)
 Clement XI. (23.11.1700-19.3.1721)
 Innocent XIII. (8.5.1721-7.3.1724)
 Benedict XIII. (29.5.1724-21.2.1730)
 Clement XII. (12.7.1730-6.2.1740)
 Benedict XIV. (17.8.1740-3.5.1758)
 Clement XIII. (6.7.1758-2.2.1769)
 Clement XIV. (19.5.1769-22.9.1774)
 Pius VI. (15.2.1775-29.8.1799)
 Roman Republic (15.2.1798-29.1.1799)
 Pius VII. (14.3.1800-20.8.1823)
 Leo XII. (28.9.1823-10.2.1829)
 Pius VIII. (31.3.1829-30.11.1830)
 Gregory XVI. (2.2.1831-1.6.1846)
 Roman Republic (9.2.-3.7.1849)
 Pius IX. (16.6.1846-7.2.1878)
 Leo XIII. (20.2.1878-20.7.1903)
 Vatican City (VA)
 Pius XI. (6.2.1922-10.2.1939)
 Pius XII. (2.3.1939-9.10.1958)
 John XXIII. (28.10.1958-3.6.1963)
 Paul VI. (21.6.1963-6.8.1978)
 John Paul I. (26.8.-28.9.1978)
 John Paul II. (16.10.1978-2.4.2005)
 Benedict XVI. (19.4.2005-28.2.2013)
 Francis (13.3.2013-)
 
 SOUTH WESTERN EUROPE (SWE)
 Spain (ES)
 Felipe IV. (1621-1665)
 Carlos III. (1759-1788)
 Fernando VII. (1808,1813-33)
 Isabel II. (1833-1868)
 Gobierno Provisional (1868-1871)
 Alfonso XII. (1874-1885)
 Alfonso XIII. (1886-1931)
 Spanish Republic (1931-1939)
 Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)
 Francisco Franco (1939-1975)
 Juan Carlos I. (1975-2014)
 Felipe VI. (2014-)
 La Ametlla del Vallès (-ADV)
 Asturias and León (-AYL)
 Burgos (-BUR)
 Catalonia (-CTY)
 La Coruna (-LCG)
 Gobierno de Euzkadi (-EUZ)
 Lora del Río (-LYR)
 Mallorca (-MLL)
 Menorca (-MAH)
 Navarra (-NRA)
 Olot (-OLT)
 Santander, Palencia y Burgos (-SPB)
 Gibraltar (GI)
 Elizabeth II. (1952-)
 Portugal (PT)
 Maria I. (1777-1816)
 Maria II. (1826-28,34-53)
 Pedro V. (1853-1861)
 Luís I. (1861-1889)
 Carlos I. (1889-1908)
 Manuel II. (1908-1910)
 Republic (1910-)
 Azores (-AZR)
 Madeira (-MDI)
 Andorra (AD)
 
 WESTERN EUROPE (WEU)
 France (FR)
 Louis XIV. (1643-1715)
 First Republic (1792-1804)
 Napoleon I. (1804-1815)
 July Monarchy (1830-1848)
 Second Republic (1848-1852)
 Napoleon III. (1852-1870)
 Third Republic (1870-1941)
 Régime Vichy (1941-1944)
 Provisional Government (1944-1946)
 Fourth Republic (1946-1958)
 Fifth Republic (1958-)
 Aquitania (-AQU)
 Colmar (-CMR)
 Le Mans (-LME)
 Provence (-PVC)
 Strasbourg (-SBU)
 Toulouse (-TLS)
 Valence (-VAF)
 Monaco (MC)
 Honore V. (1819-1841)
 Louis II. (1922-1949)
 Rainer III. (1949-2005)
 Albert II. (2005-)
 Belgium (BE)
 Leopold I. (1831-1865)
 Leopold II. (1865-1909)
 Albert I. (1909-1934)
 Leopold III. (1934-1951)
 Baudouin I. (1951-1993)
 Albert II. (1993-2013)
 Philipe (2013-)
 Anvers ¦ Antwerpen (-ANT)
 Leuven ¦ Löwen (-LEV)
 Liège ¦ Lüttich (-LUI)
 Vlaanderen ¦ Flanders (-VLA)
 Luxembourg (LU)
 Wilhelm III. (1849-1890)
 Adolph I. (1890-1905)
 Wilhelm IV. (1905-1912)
 Marie-Adélaïde (1912-1919)
 Charlotte (1919-1964)
 Johann (1964-2000)
 Heinrich (2000-)
 Netherlands (NL)
 Wilhelm I. (1815-1840)
 Wilhelm II. (1840-1849)
 Wilhelm III. (1849-1890)
 Wilhelmina (1890-1948)
 Juliana (1948-1980)
 Beatrix (1980-2013)
 Willem-Alexander (2013-)
 Arnhem (-ARN)
 Deventer (-DEV)
 Guelders ¦ Gelderland (-GEL)
 Groningen and Ommelanden (-GOM)
 Holland (-HOL)
 Overijssel (-OVE)
 Roermond (-ROE)
 Utrecht (-UTR)
 West Friesland (-WES)
 Zeeland (-ZEE)
 
 NORTH WESTERN EUROPE (NWE)
 Great Britain (GB)
 Georg I. (1714-1727)
 Georg II. (1727-1760)
 Georg III. (1760-1820)
 Georg IV. (1820-1830)
 Wilhelm IV. (1830-1837)
 Victoria (1837-1901)
 Edward VII. (1902-1910)
 Georg V. (1910-1936)
 Georg VI. (1937-1952)
 Elizabeth II. (1952-)
 Scotland (-SCT)
 Wales (-WLS)
 Republic of Ireland (IE)
 
 CENTRAL EUROPE (CEU)
 Hungary (HU)
 Poland (PL)
 Schlesien ¦ Slask (-SLE)
 Legnica-Brzeg ¦ Liegnitz-Brieg (-LGB)
 Pommeria-Stettin ¦ Szczecin (-SZZ)
 Teschen ¦ Cieszyn (-CIN)
 Danzig ¦ Gdansk (-DZG)
 Breslau ¦ Wroclaw (-WRO)
 Czech Republic (CZ)
 Bohemia and Moravia (-BOM)
 Bohemia (-BOH)
 Jägerndorf ¦ Krnov (-JGD)
 Troppau-Jägerndorf (-TPJ)
 Slovakia (SK)
 Austria (AT)
 Montfort (-MTF)
 Salzburg (-SZG)
 Trautson (-TRS)
 Further Austria ¦ Vorderösterreich (-VOE)
 Switzerland (CH)
 Aargau (-AAG)
 Bern (-BEN)
 Chur (-CHR)
 Fribourg (-FRB)
 Genève ¦ Genf (-GVE)
 Graubünden (-GRA)
 Lausanne (-LUS)
 Luzern (-LUZ)
 Neuchâtel ¦ Neuenburg (-NEC)
 St. Gallen (-SGA)
 Schaffhausen (-SCH)
 Schwyz (-SCZ)
 Solothurn (-SOO)
 Tessin ¦ Ticino (-TIN)
 Vaud ¦ Waadt (-VDA)
 Zofingen (-ZOF)
 Zürich (-ZRH)
 Liechtenstein (LI)
 Germany (DE)
 German Empire (1871-1918)
 Weimar Republic (1919-33)
 Third Reich (1933-45)
 Allied-Occupied Germany (1944-48)
 German Democratic Republic (1948/9-90)
 Federal Republic of Germany (since 1948/9)
 Aachen (-AAH)
 Augsburg (-AGB)
 Anhalt (-ANH)
 (Mansfeld-)Artern (-ART)
 Baden (-..) (-BAD)
 Bamberg (-BAM)
 Bavaria ¦ Bayern (-BAY)
 Brunswick-Lüneburg-Celle (-BCE)
 Baden-Durlach (-BDD)
 Birkenfeld (Nahe) (-BIR)
 Brunswick-Lüneburg-Calenberg (-BLC)
 Bocholt (-BOC)
 Brandenburg (-..) (-BRA)
 Bremen (-BRE)
 (Anhalt-)Bernburg (a.d.Saale) (-BSA)
 Cologne ¦ Köln (-CGN)
 Coesfeld (-COE)
 Corvey Abbey (-CRV)
 (Lippe-)Detmold (-DET)
 (Hessen-)Darmstadt (-DMS)
 Dortmund (-DTM)
 Einbeck (-EIB)
 Eisenach (-EIS)
 Erfurt (-ERF)
 Friedberg (Hessen) (-FBW)
 Frankfurt am Main (-FFM)
 (Ost-)Friesland (-FRI)
 Fulda (-FUL)
 Göttingen (-GOE)
 Goslar (-GOS)
 Holstein-Gottorp (-GTP)
 Hamburg (-HAM)
 Hannover (-HAN)
 Halberstadt (-HBS)
 Hildesheim (-HIL)
 Hall am Kocher (-HLL)
 Hameln (-HML)
 Hamm (Westf.) (-HMM)
 Hesse-Nassau (-HNA)
 Herford (-HRD)
 (Hansestadt) Rostock (-HRO)
 (Hansestadt) Stralsund (-HST)
 Grafschaft Hanau-Münzenberg (-HUM)
 Wismar (-HWI)
 Isny im Allgäu (-ISY)
 Jülich (-..) (-JUE)
 (Hessen-)Cassel ¦ Kassel (-KAS)
 Cleves (-..) ¦ Kleve (-KLE)
 Kaiserslautern (-KLT)
 Kempten im Allgäu (-KPT)
 Constance ¦ Konstanz (-KST)
 (Brunswick-)Lüneburg-Calenberg-Hannover (-LCH)
 Grafschaft Lippe (-LIP)
 Lindau (-LND)
 (Hansestadt) Lübeck (-LUB)
 Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rochefort (-LWR)
 Magdeburg (-MAG)
 (Sachsen-)Meißen (-MEI)
 Mecklenburg (-MKB)
 (Mansfeld-)Bornstedt (-MLB)
 Mainz (-MNZ)
 Münster (-MSR)
 Mecklenburg-Strelitz (-MST)
 Mecklenburg-Schwerin (-MSW)
 Nuremberg ¦ Nürnberg (-NBG)
 Nördlingen (-NON)
 Oldenburg (-OLD)
 Osnabrück (-OSN)
 Grafschaft Oettingen (-OTI)
 Paderborn (-PAD)
 Kurpfalz ¦ Electoral Palatinate (-PEP)
 (Pfalz-)Veldenz (-PFV)
 Preußen ¦ Prussia (-PRS)
 Regensburg (-REG)
 Reuß (-..) (-RSS)
 Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt (-RUD)
 Grafschaft Ravensberg (-RVB)
 Saxe-Meiningen (-SAM)
 Saarland (-SAR)
 Sachsen ¦ Saxony (-..) (-Sax)
 Schaumburg-Lippe (-SBL)
 Schwarzburg-Sondershausen (-SBS)
 Schleswig-Holstein (-SLH)
 Solms-Lich (-SLL)
 Schaumburg (-Hessen) (-SMB)
 Soest (-SOE)
 Speyer (-SPY)
 Sayn-Wittgenstgein-Wittgenstein (-SWW)
 Saxe-Hildburghausen (-SXH)
 Treves ¦ Trier (-TRI)
 Ulm (-ULM)
 Waldeck (-WAL)
 Waldeck-Pyrmont (-WAP)
 Westfalen (-WFA)
 (Brunswick-)Wolfenbüttel (-WFB)
 Weimar (-WMR)
 Wied-Runkel (-WRK)
 Worms (-WRM)
 Württemberg (-WTB)
 Würzburg (-WZB)
 (Anhalt-)Zerbst (-ZBT)

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