Banknotes from Kenya

Coin Types from Kenya

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Mombasa

 C   S  W   C=Collection  S=Spare for Trade  W=Wantlist
$ km1 1 Pice (1888) Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km2 2 Annas (1890) Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km3 1/4 Rupee (1890) Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km4 1/2 Rupee (1890) Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km5 1 Rupee (1888) Contributed Image

Kenya

 C   S  W   C=Collection  S=Spare for Trade  W=Wantlist
$ km5 1 Shilling (1966-1968)
$ km14 1 Shilling (1969-1978) For Sale
$ km20 1 Shilling (1980-1994)
$ km20a 1 Shilling (1994)
$ km29 1 Shilling (1995,1997,1998)
$ km34 1 Shilling (2005--) Jomo Kenyatta
$ km6 2 Shillings (1966,1968)
$ km15 2 Shillings (1969,1971) Contributed Image
$ km16 5 Shillings (1973) 10 years of Ind Contributed Image
$ km23 5 Shillings (1985)
$ km23a 5 Shillings (1994)
$ km30 5 Shillings (1995)
$ km37 5 Shillings (2005,2009) Jomo Kenyatta
$ km27 10 Shillings (1994,1995)
$ km35 10 Shillings (2005,2009) Jomo Kenyatta
$ km32 20 Shillings (1998--)
$ km36 20 Shillings (2005,2009) Jomo Kenyatta Image from Ole Sjoelund
$ km33 40 Shillings (2003) President Kibaki
$ km1 5 Cents (1966-1968)
$ km10 5 Cents (1969-1978)
$ km17 5 Cents (1980-1991)
$ km2 10 Cents (1966-1968)
$ km11 10 Cents (1969-1978)
$ km18 10 Cents (1980-1994)
$ km18a 10 Cents (1994)
$ km31 10 Cents (1995) Contributed Image
$ km3 25 Cents (1966-1967)
$ km12 25 Cents (1969)
$ km4 50 Cents (1966-1968)
$ km13 50 Cents (1969-1978) For Sale
$ km19 50 Cents (1980-1994)
$ km19a 50 Cents (1994)
$ km28 50 Cents (1995,1997)
$ km41 50 Cents (2005,2009) Image from Salvatore Cappuccio

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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.