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Oman: 20th National Day set, 1990

Started by <k>, May 19, 2015, 10:46:15 PM

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<k>

Here is an unusual commemorative set from Oman. I wonder whether these coins circulated.
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<k>

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Oman 5 baisa 1990.jpgOman 5 baisa 1990-.jpg

5 baisa.  Sports complex.

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<k>

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10 baisa.  Central Bank building.

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<k>

#3
Oman 25 baisa 1990.jpgOman 25 baisa 1990-.jpg

25 baisa.  Royal Hospital building.

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<k>

#4
Oman 50 baisa 1990.jpgOman 50 baisa 1990-.jpg

50 baisa.  Irrigation canal.

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#5
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100 baisa.  University building.

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#6
Oman 2 rials 1990.jpg

2 rials (silver).  Sultan Qabus bin Sa'id.
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Afrasi

No circulation coins! Only 3,200 Proofs were made of the Baisa denominations, 2,000 of the silver coin and 1,200 of the gold coin.

<k>

So they didn't circulate. Thank you, Afrasi.
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#9
Oman 20 rials 1990.jpg

Oman, 20 rials, 1990.  Gold.  20th National Day.  Sultan Qabus and symbols of the economic boom.

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