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Metal paisas and a taka - modern coins Bangladesh

  • Name:
  • Monetary unit:
  • Capital:
  • Area:
  • Language:
  • Country code:
  • Bangladesh, National Republic
  • Taka
  • Dacca
  • of 144 000 sq. km
  • the Bengal (state), English
  • BD (BGD) 050

Monetary unit Bangladesh is a taka which consists of 100 paisas. In the universal circulation to Bangladesh there are coins in nominal value 50, 25, 10, 5 and 1 paisa, and also 5, 2 and 1 taka.

In 1973 coins in nominal value 5, 10, 25 and 50 paisas have been manufactured. The coin 1 paisa is manufactured in 1974, and the coin 1 taka is presented in 1975. 1, 5 and 10 paisas are rapped out from aluminium, 25 and 50 paisas are made of a steel, and 1 taka from a Copper-Nickel. The coin of 5 paisas represents a square with the rounded off angles, and a coin of 10 paisas of the gear octagonal form edges at which also are rounded off. The steel coin 5 taka has been entered in 1994, and the steel coin of 2 takas left only in 2004.

Coins in paisas seldom meet in circulation, in a course there are only coins in takas.

Nominal value: 5 paisas
Stamping: 1974-77
the Material: Aluminium
the Note:
the Obverse of 5 paisas Bangladesh the Reverse of 5 paisas Bangladesh
Nominal value: 10 paisas
Stamping: 1974-79
the Material: Aluminium
the Note:
the Obverse of 10 paisas Bangladesh the Reverse of 10 paisas Bangladesh
Nominal value: 1 taka
Stamping: 1975-77
the Material: the Copper-Nickel
the Note:
the Obverse 1 taka Bangladesh the Reverse 1 taka Bangladesh

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