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Wark - A gold coin of Ethiopia.

[Ethiopia]

Warn - [Korea]

Wedding Ducat - A gold coin struck in 1704 by Leopold I.  It had on the obverse a griffen and on the reverse a double eagle.

[German States-Rostock]

Weiss Groschen - Variant name for albus.

{From German weiss white + groschen groschen.}

[Austria, German States]

Weiss Pfennig - Small uniface silver coin of Bohemia in the 16th century.  Worth 1/7 groschen.

{From German weiss white + pfennig pfennig.}

[Austria]

Wen - [China]

Werk

Whan - [Korea]

Witte - [German States]

Witten - Small (1.2 grams and 19 millimeters in diameter) silver coin struck by members of the Wendish Monetary Union along the Baltic coast from about 1325 to 1512.  Worth 4 hohlpfennig or 1/3 schilling.

[German States]

Won - Plural won.  A paper money and monetary unit of North and South Korea, equal to 100 chon.

{From Korean won from Middle Chinese equivalent to Chinese yuan yuan.}

[Korea, Korea-South]

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