Banknotes from Angola

Coin Types from Angola

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History of Angola Monetary Reforms

 C   S  W   C=Collection  S=Spare for Trade  W=Wantlist
   km60 1 Centavo (1921)
   km61 2 Centavos (1921)
   km46 1 Macuta (1814,1816) Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
   km62 5 Centavos (1921-1924) Image from Vladimir Startsev
   km66 5 Centavos (1927)=1 Macuta Image from Vladimir Startsev
   km63 10 Centavos (1921-1923)
   km67 10 Centavos (1927-1928)=2 Macutas
   km70 10 Centavos (1948-1949)
   km82 10 Centavos (1974)
   km64 20 Centavos (1921-22) Contributed Image
   km68 20 Centavos (1927,1928)=4 macutas
   km71 20 Centavos (1948,1949) Anniv. of Revolution
   km78 20 Centavos (1962)
   km65 50 Centavos (1922-1923) Contributed Image
   km69 50 Centavos (1927-1928) Coin donated by Buddy Kyler
   km72 50 Centavos (1948,1950)
   km75 50 Centavos (1953-1961)
   km76 1 Escudo (1953-1974)
   km77 2.5 Escudos (1953-1974)
   km81 5 Escudos (1972,1974)
   km73 10 Escudos (1952,1955)
   km79 10 Escudos (1969-1970)
   km74 20 Escudos (1952,1955) Contributed Image
   km80 20 Escudos (1971-1972) Image from Vladimir Startsev
   km90 50 Lwei (No date, 1979)
   km83 1 Kwanza (1978-1979)
   km97 1 Kwanza (1999)
   km84 2 Kwanzas (ND)
   km98 2 Kwanzas (1999)
   km85 5 Kwanzas (ND)
   km99 5 Kwanzas (1999)
   new 5 Kwanzas (2012)
   km86.1 10 Kwanzas (ND,1978) Small date, dots near rim
   km86.2 10 Kwanzas (ND,1978) Large date, dots away from rim
   new 10 Kwanzas (2012)
   km87 20 Kwanzas (1978)
   km91 50 Kwanzas ND(1991) Image from Miguel Costa
   km101 50 Kwanzas ND(1992) 8 Jan. 92
   km92 100 Kwanzas (ND)
   km95 10 Centimos (1999)
   km96 50 Centimos (1999)
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