Coin-Coins

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  • se16teddy

    Senior Member
    English - England
    So,
    It is correct to say "Total banknotes and coins issued"
    "Total coins issued"
    This is a different question. As well as being a countable noun referring to a particular lump of metal, 'coin' can also be an uncountable noun (which therefore has no plural form) meaning 'coins'. It is used a bit like 'money', or 'cash', with no plural form. So both 'total banknotes and coins issued' and 'total banknotes and coin issued' are correct.
     
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