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Metal dollars and cents - modern coins of Solomon islands

  • Name:
  • Monetary unit:
  • Capital:
  • Area:
  • Language:
  • Country code:
  • Solomon Islands, Commonwealth
  • Dollar of Solomon Islands
  • Honiapa
  • of 28 900 sq. km
  • Melanesian (state)
  • SB (SLB) 090

Monetary unit of Solomon islands is the dollar which consists of 100 cents. In circulation there are coins in nominal values 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents and 1 dollar.

On obverses of all coins of Solomon Islands the portrait of queen Elizabeth II is represented.

In 1977 coins in nominal value 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cents and 1 dollar have been manufactured. Coins in 1 dollar were minted from a Copper-Nickel and the heptagonal form were similar to Aussie dollars. In 1985 of a coin 1 and 2 cents began to produce of bronze, instead of bronze the plated steel, and in 2006 their manufacturing has ceased because of excess of industrial expenses over dignity of coins. In 1990 of a coin of 10 and 20 cents produced earlier from a Nickel-plated steel have started to mint from a Copper-Nickel. Also in 1990 the Copper-Nickel, dihexagonal coin has been entered into 50 cents.

Nominal value: 1 cent
Stamping: 2005
the Material: Bronze
the Note:
the Obverse 1 cent of Solomon Islands the Reverse 1 cent of Solomon Islands
Nominal value: 50 cents
Stamping: 2005
the Material: the Copper-Nickel
the Note:
the Obverse of 50 cents of Solomon Islands the Reverse of 50 cents of Solomon Islands
Nominal value: 1 dollar
Stamping: 2005
the Material: the Copper-Nickel
the Note:
the Obverse 1 dollar of Solomon Islands the Reverse 1 dollar of Solomon Islands

Notes Solomon Islands

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