Sri Lanka, coin catalog, price

Country: Sri Lanka, Democratic Socialist Republic Of Sri Lanka
Capital: Sri Dzhayavardenepura-Kotte
Currency: Sri Lankan rupee
Numeric code: 144
Letter code: LKR
To the South-East of the Indian Peninsula, surrounded by the Indian ocean, lies the island of Sri Lanka (in former times called Ceylon). All its territory is the property of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka. Two major metropolis differentiated between capital: Sri jayawardenapura-Kotte sheltered the Parliament of Sri Lanka, Colombo – the President and the government. Inhabits the island of 65.6 thousand square kilometers, more than 21 million Sri Lankans.
Sri Lanka is a sovereign Republic since 1972. The first appearance of Sri Lankan rupees, which equals one hundred cents and replaced the rupee Ceylon dates back to 1973. Denominations minted then were as follows: 1 rupee, and 1, 2, 5, 10, 25 and 50 cents. New rupees pleasing variety of forms: the usual round, square and even fancy floral round framed with eight "petals". To this day, without appreciable difficulty, it is possible to buy coins of Sri Lanka design.
By the end of the Millennium the need for the little things anymore, and in the catalogue of coins of Sri Lanka the place is left for the old 10, 25 and 50 cents, one rupees, plus 2, 5 and 10 rupees that appeared later.
The cost of Sri Lankan coins is affected by their year of "birth", the rarity and "marketability". In collectible coins price Sri Lanka reference point is 1 dollar.

Money system:

Republic of Sri Lanka (1972 - 2019)

1 rupee = 100 cents
RE:
1 cent
2 cents
5 cents
10 cents
25 cents
50 cents
1 rupee
2 rupees
5 rupees
10 rupees

JC:
1 rupee
2 rupees
5 rupees
10 rupees

CC:
1 rupee
100 rupees
500 rupees
1000 rupees

Dominion of Ceylon (1955 - 1971)

1 rupee = 100 cents
RE:
1 cent
2 cents
5 cents
10 cents
25 cents
50 cents
1 rupee

JC:
1 rupee
2 rupees
5 rupees

King George VI (1937 - 1952)

1 rupee = 100 cents
RE:
½ cent
1 cent
2 cents
5 cents
10 cents
25 cents
50 cents

King George V (1911 - 1936)

1 rupee = 100 cents
RE:
½ cent
1 cent
5 cents
10 cents
25 cents
50 cents

King Edward VII (1902 - 1910)

1 rupee = 100 cents
RE:
¼ cent
½ cent
1 cent
5 cents
10 cents
25 cents
50 cents

Queen Victoria (1870 - 1901)

1 rupee = 100 cents
RE:
¼ cent
½ cent
1 cent
5 cents
10 cents
25 cents
50 cents
RE
- Regular edition;
JC
- Jubilee coins;
CC
- Collectible coins.



1 rupee 1963

ID: 3289
50 cents 1982

ID: 3266
10 cents 1978

ID: 3042
5 rupees 2008

ID: 3035
5 rupees 1999

ID: 3034
1 rupee 2009

ID: 3020
1 rupee 1978

ID: 3017
5 cents 1971

ID: 1764
5 rupees 2003

ID: 1547
50 cents 1963

ID: 1360
2 cents 1955

ID: 1173
1 rupee 1965

ID: 1094
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