Ireland, coin catalogue, price

Country: Ireland, Republic Of Ireland
Capital: Dublin
Currency: Euro
Numeric code: 978
Alphabetic code: EUR
On the Western coast of Europe is the emerald Isle - Ireland. The North belongs to Britain, and the rest, most of the 70 thousand square kilometers is the Republic of Ireland. In the capital - Dublin - home to a quarter of the total population. Since 1973 Ireland is a member of the EU.
In 1999, Ireland together with the EU member States have moved to a common European currency, the Euro (100 cents). All the euros minted in Ireland, is decorated with a Celtic harp and the inscription "Eire" Ireland
In 2002, the Euro completely replaced the former national currency – the Irish pound. In the catalogue of the coins of Ireland at that time consisted of: 1 pound 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 pence.
Lb has appeared on the emerald Isle for a very long time: in the year 997. The value of the coins of Ireland of that period is very, very high. Irish pound in those days, by analogy with the English, divided into 20 shillings, and they, in turn, each of 12 pence.
After obtaining independence, the country in 1928, produced the first modern pounds. The obverse of these coins were adorned with the harp and the reverse birds and animals. Nickel coins in 1938 was replaced by copper-Nickel alloy. And in 1950, silver pounds were taken out of circulation.
In 1969, the too complicated system of cash payments was simplified, and the pound equal to 100 pence. By 1986, inflation has "eaten" a halfpenny – and from this coin refused. But introduced dvadtsatimetrovy. In this form, the monetary system of Ireland lasted until 2002.
The price of Irish coins, of course, different - for example, 10 pence, 1969, can cost from $ 3. Of course, the earlier coins will cost much more. But if You are interested in currency the past years, to buy coins of Ireland on numismatic sites.

Money system:

European Union (Euro) (2002 - 2019)

1 euro = 100 cents
RE:
1 euro cent
2 euro cent
5 euro cent
10 euro cent
20 euro cent
50 euro cent
1 euro
2 euro

JC:
2 euro

CC:
5 euro
10 euro
15 euro
20 euro
100 euro

Republic of Ireland (Éire) (1969 - 2000)

1 pound = 100 pence
RE:
½ penny
1 penny
2 pence
5 pence
10 pence
20 pence
50 pence
1 pound

JC:
50 pence
1 pound

CC:
1 pound

Republic of Ireland (Éire) (1939 - 1969)

1 pound = 4 crowns = 10 florins = 20 shillings = 240 pence = 960 farthings
RE:
1 farthing
½ penny
1 penny
3 pence
6 pence
1 shilling
2 shillings (florin)
½ crown

JC:
10 shillings

Irish Free State (1927 - 1937)

1 pound = 4 crowns = 10 florins = 20 shillings = 240 pence = 960 farthings
RE:
1 farthing
½ penny
1 penny
3 pence
6 pence
1 shilling
2 shillings (florin)
½ crown

Kingdom of Ireland (1722 - 1823)

1 pound = 4 crowns = 10 florins = 20 shillings = 240 pence = 960 farthings
RE:
1 farthing
½ penny
1 penny
RE
- Regular edition;
JC
- Jubilee coins;
CC
- Collectible coins.



1 penny 1971

1 penny 1971

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 3232
1 penny 1942

1 penny 1942

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 3120
1 penny 1928

1 penny 1928

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 3121
1 penny 1990

1 penny 1990

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2702
1/2 penny 1978

1/2 penny 1978

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2714
1/2 penny 1971

1/2 penny 1971

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2715
1 penny 1965

1 penny 1965

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 2398
1/2 penny 1975

1/2 penny 1975

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 1780
1 penny 1976

1 penny 1976

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 1515
2 pence 1990

2 pence 1990

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 1237
1 penny 1941

1 penny 1941

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 829
2 pence 1996

2 pence 1996

F VF XF UNC BU

wwc: / ID: 394
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