What has it got in its pocketses?

I realised that I have been carrying a round a lot of extraneous stuff in my wallet, including currencies for countries I don’t go to regularly (and indeed in one case have never been to). But hey, it’s a good excuse for a quiz. Under the cut you will find a poll; all the banknotes have had the name of the country, the name of the currency, and other obvious clues like maps of the country or the address of the central bank removed. But I have left in things like national symbols and the words for numbers in the local language. Feel free to answer either using the text boxes or in screened comments.

Answers tomorrow evening.

One thought on “What has it got in its pocketses?

  1. Do people in other parts of the world have that problem, or does everyone else hear two distinct syllables, “Mc (pause) Hugh”?

    I don’t expect to hear a pause, but I do expect to hear a distinct “h” sound, which I would not expect to hear in “McQ” or “McQueue”.

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