1 penni coin Finland (aluminium)
The Bank of Finland issued Finnish Markka coins in 8 different denominations, including this 1 penni coin Finland (aluminium). They are part of the Finnish Markka coins series. The Bank of Finland started issuing these 0.01 Finnish Markka coins in 1969. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1979.
This coin of 1 penni was Finland’s lowest value coin, equivalent to 0.01 markka. The symbol on the reverse side of the aluminium 1 penni piece is the looped square or ‘hannunvaakuna’, also known as Saint Hannes cross or Gorgon loop. Its use in Scandinavia goes back to ancient times over 1000 years ago, when people painted or carved it on houses and domestic objects to protect them and their owners from evil spirits and bad luck. Today the ⌘ symbol remains in use as a command key on Apple computer keyboards.
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1 FIM = £0.0025
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