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Coinage of Zambia

Started by <k>, June 12, 2017, 08:31:57 PM

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The obverse of the 10 ngwee coin.

Image courtesy Daniel's Coin Zoo.
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<k>

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The reverse design of the 10 ngwee featured an eland (Taurotragus oryx).
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<k>

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The eland, a species of antelope.
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<k>

#48


The reverse of the 50 ngwee coin featured an elephant.


There was no 20 or 25 ngwee coin.
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<k>

#49


The obverse of the 1 kwacha coin.


This was the highest denomination of coin.

The 5 ngwee and 1 kwacha coins were made of nickel-plated steel.

The 10 and 50 ngwee coins were made of brass-plated steel.

Image courtesy Daniel's Coin Zoo.
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<k>

#50


The reverse of the 1 kwacha coin featured a Chaplin's barbet bird (Lybius chaplini).
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<k>

#51



Chaplin's barbet.
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<k>

To my knowledge, there have been no new developments since 2013.
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Quote from: <k> on April 06, 2019, 03:14:43 PM
To my knowledge, there have been no new developments since 2013.

No new developments, the coins of the current series are being issued with new dates.

<k>

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See: The Royal Mint Museum.