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1. This sculpture at Clare College, Cambridge, shows an aluminium double helix sculpture created by Charles Jencks in 2005. Which country (where Clare College is based) celebrated the discovery of DNA with a two pound coin depicting the double helix?
2. Which country produced such coins as these in ancient times, typically featuring a square hole?
3. Double-headed eagles have a long history of symbolic usage. The one shown appears on the State Kremlin Palace and also one of the country's rouble coins. Which country issued the coin?
4. This particular baht coin depicts Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), shown in the photo. Where can you find this?
5. In which country would you find a coin showing the animal in the photo?
6. The photo shows a type of gazelle which features on a gold coin from this country. Which country produces such coins?
7. This animal features on a silver dollar marked in English and French. Endemic to the country, which country's mint is behind the production of this coin?
8. Did you know that you can buy "Harry Potter" coins? In which British Crown dependency (which uses the triskele symbol shown) is this coin legal tender?
9. Which country produces a shekel coin showing a date palm and its fruit?
10. This coin depicts a former leader of this country. Which country?
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