I'll post some of my favorites Yes it's not a great photo. This was given to me by a friend who lives in Hong Kong. What's unique about this coin as well as the 20 cents coin is that it is scalloped shape. Hong Kong is also home of an exotic sauce called XO sauce, which also uses scallops. Pretty fancy. I also do like their modern 5 and 10 dollar coins. What is distinct about them is that they are quite thick. 5 dollars in particular has an interesting edge. Hong Kong modern coins are not struck yearly - demand for them have dropped as Hong Kong was the first country to issue contactless card for public transportation back in 1997, so called the octopus card. Going back in time, Hong Kong also had a 10 sided coin (decagon) Now back to the colonial era - might as well post one from each reign Queen Elizabeth II This denomination no longer circulate King George VI King George V King Edward VII Queen Victoria This is the only crown size silver coin that circulated in 1866 - 1868. Production of such coins proved to be too difficult and the Hong Kong mint was shut, sending mint machinery to Osaka, Japan. Coins ended up to be struck in Heaton. Interestingly some of the early Hong Kong silver coins (not copper) were struck in coin alignment instead of medal alignment. Finally, this coin deserves a bit of attention 1 mil coin which is worth 1/10 of 1 cent. Obviously this did not last long in circulation due to its low buying power. As of why I find this coin interesting, this coin pays tribute to the Chinese cash coin. In fact a similar design was used later in the Chinese Empire in 1908 A type set of Hong Kong coins can be seen here: https://issuu.com/gxseries/docs/hong_kong_type_album_1863_present I personally would like to visit Hong Kong one day to see what it is like - been told it is a place that one has to check it out to grasp a different world. Please feel free to post your Hong Kong coins!