Finland was set to release a commemorative set of coins that were going to celebrate the centennial of Finnish Independence. In 1918, Finland got its independence from Imperial Russia. At this time, there was a Civil War where the Finnish White Guard sought independence while the Finnish Red Guard sought to remain with Imperial Russia. As a result, the German Empire supported the White Guard while the Red Guard was supported by Russia.
The Royal Mint of the United Kingdom minted the last round of £1 coin, the last round pound coin in 2015. The £1 coin was first minted in 1983. It was used to replace the pound (£1) banknote. The pound coin is known for the yellow color, thickness, and roundness.