Coin Types from Japan


c7 100 Mon ND(1835-1870) Tempo Tsuho
 
 
y15 1 Rin (1873-1892)
 
 
y41 5 Rin (1916-1919)
 

y16 1/2 Sen (1873-1892)
 
 
y17 1 Sen (1873-1892)
 
 
y20 1 Sen (1898-1906)
 

y35 1 Sen (1913-1915)
 
 
y42 1 Sen (1916-1924)
 
 
y55 1 Sen (1938)
 

y56 1 Sen (1938-1940)
 
 
y59 1 Sen (1941-1943)
 
 
y62 1 Sen (1944-1945)
 

km110 1 Sen (1945) baked clay
 
 
y18 2 Sen (1873-1884)
 
 
y6 5 Sen (1871)
 

y19 5 Sen (1889-1897)
 
 
y21 5 Sen (1897-1906)
 
 
ya22 5 Sen (1873-1880)
 

y44 5 Sen (1920-1923)
 
 
y48 5 Sen (1932) Yr.7
 
 
y53 5 Sen (1933-1938)
 

y57 5 Sen (1938-1941) aluminum-bronze
 
 
y60 5 Sen (1940-1941)
 
 
y60a 5 Sen (1941-1943)
 

y63 5 Sen (1944)
 
 
y65 5 Sen (1945-1946)
 
 
y23 10 Sen (1873-1906)
 

y29 10 Sen (1907-1912)
 
 
y36.2 10 Sen (1913-1917)
 
 
y45 10 Sen (1920-1926)
 

y49 10 Sen (1927-1932)
 
 
y54 10 Sen (1933-1937)
 
 
y58 10 Sen (1938-1940)
 

y61 10 Sen (1940-1943) aluminum 1.5g
 
 
y61a 10 Sen (1941-1943) aluminum 1.2g
 
 
y64 10 Sen (1944)
 

y68 10 Sen (1945,1946) aluminum
 
 
y3 20 Sen (1870-1871)
 
 
y24 20 Sen (1873-1905)
 

y30 20 Sen (1906-1911) Yr.39-44
 
 
y25 50 Sen (1873-1905) silver
 
 
y31 50 Sen (1906-1912)
 

y37 50 Sen (1912-1917)
 
 
y46 50 Sen (1922-1926)
 
 
y50 50 Sen (1928-1938)
 

y67 50 Sen (1946-1947)
 
 
y69 50 Sen (1947,1948)
 
 
ya25.3 1 Yen (1887-1912)
 

y38 1 Yen (1914)
 
 
y70 1 Yen (1948-1950)
 
 
y74 1 Yen (1955-1989)
 

y95.1 1 Yen (1989)
 
 
y95.2 1 Yen (1990--)
 
 
y71 5 Yen (1948-1958)
 

y72 5 Yen (1949-1958) old script
 
 
y72a 5 Yen (1959-1989) new script
 
 
y96.1 5 Yen (1989)
 

y96.2 5 Yen (1990--)
 
 
y73 10 Yen (1951-1958) reeded edge
 
 
y73a 10 Yen (1959-1988) plain edge
 

y97.2 10 Yen (1990--)
 
 
y75 50 Yen (1955-1958)
 
 
y76 50 Yen (1959-1966)
 

y81 50 Yen (1967-1988)
 
 
y101.1 50 Yen (1989)
 
 
y101.2 50 Yen (1990--)
 

y77 100 Yen (1957-1958)
 
 
y78 100 Yen (1959-1966) silver
 
 
y79 100 Yen (1964) Olympic Games
 

y82 100 Yen (1967--)
 
 
y83 100 Yen (1970) Osaka Expo
 
 
y84 100 Yen (1972) Winter Olympics - Sapporo
 

y85 100 Yen (1975) Okinawa Expo
 
 
y86 100 Yen (1976) 50 yrs of Reign
 
 
y98.2 100 Yen (1990--)
 

y88 500 Yen (1985) Mt. Tsukuba
 
 
y89 500 Yen (1985) Prime Ministers Residence
 
 
y87 500 Yen (1982-1989)
 

y90 500 Yen (1986) Shishinden Palace
 
 
y93 500 Yen (1988) Selkan Tunnel
 
 
y94 500 Yen (1988) Seto Bridge
 

y99.1 500 Yen (1989) Pawlownia flower
 
 
y99.2 500 Yen (1990-1999)
 
 
y102 500 Yen (1990) Emperors Carriage
 

y106 500 Yen (1992) Reversion of Okinawa
 
 
y107 500 Yen (1993) Royal Wedding of Prince
 
 
y110 500 Yen (1994) Kansai International Airport
 

y111 500 Yen (1994) 12th Asian Games - runners
 
 
y112 500 Yen (1994) 12th Asian Games - swimmers
 
 
y113 500 Yen (1994) 12th Asian Games - jumper
 

y114 500 Yen (1997) Olympic Snowboarder
 
 
y117 500 Yen (1997) Olympic Bobsledding
 
 
y118 500 Yen (1998) Olympic Acrobat skier
 

y123 500 Yen (1999) Mt. Fuji and chrysanthemums
 
 
y125 500 Yen (2001--)
 
 
y126 500 Yen (2002) Soccer - Europe and Africa
 

y127 500 Yen (2002) Soccer - Asia and Oceania
 
 
y128 500 Yen (2002) Soccer - North and South America
 
 
y133 500 Yen (2005) Expo - Aichi Japan
 

y137 500 Yen (2007) 50 yrs. Antarctic Research
 
 
y139 500 Yen (2008) Japan-Brazil Exchange
 
 
y141 500 Yen (2008,Yr.20) Hokaido Prefecture
 

y143 500 Yen (2008,Yr.20) Kyoto Prefecture
 
 
y145 500 Yen (2008,Yr.20) Shimane Prefecture
 
 
y147 500 Yen (2009,Yr.21) Nagano Prefecture - Zenkoji Temple
 

y149 500 Yen (2009,Yr.21) Niigata Prefecture - Crested Ibises
 
 
y153 500 Yen (2009,Yr.21) Ibaraki Prefecture
 
 
y155 500 Yen (2009,Yr.21) Nara Prefecture
 

y157 500 Yen (2009,Yr.21) 20th Anniversary of the Reign of Emperor Heisei
 
 
y159 500 Yen (2010,Yr.22) Kochi Prefecture - Sakamoto Ryoma
 
 
y161 500 Yen (2010,Yr.22) Gifu Prefecture - Shirakawa Village
 

y163 500 Yen (2010,Yr.22) Fukui Prefecture - Fukuiraptor
 
 
y80 1000 Yen (1964) Tokyo Olympics
 
 

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This is my collection of world coins. Here you will find foreign coin photos, coin values and other information useful for coin collecting. Some coins came from the coin mint, some came from coin dealers, some came from coin auction. Some are stored in coin folders, others are stored using other coin supplies. Many of these coins are silver coins and a few are gold coins. This information is useful for coin collecting software and cataloging coin types and coin values in U.S. dollars.