Centavo and Real Coin Types from Brazil


Brazil km575.1 1 Centavo (1967) thick
 
 
Brazil km575.2 1 Centavo (1969,1975) thin
 
 
Brazil km585 1 Centavo (1975-1978) FAO
 

Brazil km589 1 Centavo (1979-1984) FAO
 
 
Brazil km600 1 Centavo (1986-1988)
 
 
Brazil km611 1 Centavo (1989,1990)
 

Brazil km631 1 Centavo (1994-1997)
 
 
Brazil km647 1 Centavo (1998-2004)
 
 
Brazil km576.1 2 Centavos (1967) thick
 

Brazil km576.2 2 Centavos (1969,1975) thin
 
 
Brazil km586 2 Centavos (1975-1978) FAO
 
 
Brazil km577.1 5 Centavos (1967) thick planchet
 

Brazil km577.2 5 Centavos (1968-1976)
 
 
Brazil km587.1 5 Centavos (1975-1978) FAO
 
 
Brazil km587.2 5 Centavos (1975-1978) 5 over wavy lines
 

Brazil km601 5 Centavos (1986-1988)
 
 
Brazil km612 5 Centavos (1989,1990)
 
 
Brazil km632 5 Centavos (1994-1997)
 

Brazil km648 5 Centavos (1998--)
 
 
Brazil km555 10 Centavos (1942-1943)
 
 
Brazil km555a 10 Centavos (1943-1947)
 

Brazil km561 10 Centavos (1947-1955)
 
 
Brazil km564 10 Centavos (1956-1961)
 
 
Brazil km578.1 10 Centavos (1967) copper-nickel
 

Brazil km578.1a 10 Centavos (1974-1979) stainless steel
 
 
Brazil km578.2 10 Centavos (1970) copper nickel
 
 
Brazil km602 10 Centavos (1986-1988)
 

Brazil km613 10 Centavos (1989,1990)
 
 
Brazil km633 10 Centavos (1994-1997)
 
 
Brazil km641 10 Centavos (1995) Seedling in Hand
 

Brazil km649.1 10 Centavos (1997-1998)
 
 
Brazil km649.2 10 Centavos (1998--) larger Centavos
 
 
Brazil km556 20 Centavos (1942-1943)
 

Brazil km556a 20 Centavos (1943-1948)
 
 
Brazil km556a 20 Centavos (1944) No Star
 
 
Brazil km562 20 Centavos (1948-1956)
 

Brazil km565 20 Centavos (1956-1961)
 
 
Brazil km579.1 20 Centavos (1967) copper-nickel
 
 
Brazil km579.1a 20 Centavos (1975-1979) stainless steel
 

Brazil km579.2 20 Centavos (1970) cu-ni thinner
 
 
Brazil km603 20 Centavos (1986-1988)
 
 
Brazil km634 25 Centavos (1994,1995)
 

Brazil km642 25 Centavos (1995) FAO - Farmer working
 
 
Brazil km650 25 Centavos (1998--)
 
 
Brazil km557 50 Centavos (1942-1943)
 

Brazil km557a 50 Centavos (1943-1947)
 
 
Brazil km563 50 Centavos (1948-1956)
 
 
Brazil km566 50 Centavos (1956) National Arms
 

Brazil km569 50 Centavos (1957-1961)
 
 
Brazil km580 50 Centavos (1967) pure nickel (magnetic)
 
 
Brazil km580a 50 Centavos (1970,1975) copper-nickel
 

Brazil km580b 50 Centavos (1967-1979)
 
 
Brazil km604 50 Centavos (1986-1988)
 
 
Brazil km614 50 Centavos (1989,1990)
 

Brazil km635 50 Centavos (1994,1995)
 
 
Brazil km651 50 Centavos (1998-2001)
 
 
Brazil km651a 50 Centavos (2002--) stainless steel
 

Brazil km637 2 Reais (1994) 300 yrs. Brazilian Mint
 
 
Brazil km672 2 Reais (2007) Pan-American Games
 
 
Brazil km675 2 Reais (2008) Centennial of Japanese Immigration
 

Brazil km640 3 Reais (1995) 30 yrs. Of Central Bank
 
 
Brazil km645 3 Reais (1997) Belo Horizonte Centennial
 
 
Brazil km638 4 Reais (1994) World Cup Soccer
 

Brazil km636 1 Real (1994,1997)
 
 
Brazil km652 1 Real (1998-2000) nickel center
 
 
Brazil km653 1 Real (1998) 50 yrs. Human Rights
 

Brazil km652a 1 Real (2002--) stainless steel center
 
 
Brazil km656 1 Real (2002) Juscelino Kubitschek
 
 
Brazil km668 1 Real (2005) 40 yrs Central Bank
 

Brazil km679 1 Real (2012) Olympic flag delivery
 
 
Brazil new 1 Real (2014) Olympic Golf
 
 
Brazil new 1 Real (2014) Olympic Athletics
 

Brazil new 1 Real (2014) Olympic Swimming
 
 
Brazil new 1 Real (2014) Paralympic Triathlon
 
 
Brazil new 1 Real (2015) Olympic Basketball
 

Brazil new 1 Real (2015) Olympic Judo
 
 
Brazil new 1 Real (2015) Paralympic Canoeing
 
 
Brazil new 1 Real (2015) Paralympic Athletics
 

Brazil new 1 Real (2015) Olympic Rugby
 
 
Brazil new 1 Real (2015) Olympic Sailing
 
 
Brazil new 1 Real (2015) Olympic Soccer
 

Brazil new 1 Real (2015) Olympic Volleyball
 
 
Brazil new 1 Real (2016) Olympic Boxing
 
 
Brazil new 1 Real (2016) Olympic Mascot
 

Brazil new 1 Real (2016) Paralympic Mascot
 
 
Brazil new 1 Real (2016) Paralympic Swimming
 
 

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