Coin Types from Singapore:


km1 1 Cent (1967-1976) bronze
 
 
km1a 1 Cent (1976-1985)
 
 
km49 1 Cent (1986-1990)
 

km98 1 Cent (1992-2002)
 
 
km2 5 Cents (1967-1985) Egret
 
 
km2a 5 Cents (1980-1984) cu-ni clad steel
 

km8 5 Cents (1971) FAO aluminum
 
 
km50 5 Cents (1985-1991)
 
 
km99 5 Cents (1992-2012)
 

new 5 cent (2013--) The Esplanade
 
 
km3 10 Cents (1967-1985)
 
 
km51 10 Cents (1985-1991)
 

km100 10 Cents (1992-2012)
 
 
new 10 cent (2013--) Public Housing
 
 
km4 20 Cents (1967-1985)
 

km52 20 Cents (1985-1991)
 
 
km101 20 Cents (1992-2012)
 
 
new 20 cent (2013--) Changi Airport
 

km5 50 Cents (1967-1985)
 
 
km53.1 50 Cents (1985-1988)
 
 
km53.2 50 Cents (1989-1991) Yellow Allamanda
 

km102 50 Cents (1992-2012) copper-nickel
 
 
new 50 cent (2013--) Port of Singapore
 
 
km6 1 Dollar (1967-1985)
 

km54b 1 Dollar (1987-1991)
 
 
km103 1 Dollar (1992-2012) aluminum-bronze
 
 
new 1 Dollar (2013--) The Merlion
 

km10 5 Dollars (1973) SE Asia Peninsular Games
 
 
km19 5 Dollars (1981)
 
 
km22 5 Dollars (1982) Benjamin Shears Bridge
 

km25 5 Dollars (1983) 12th SEA Games
 
 
km32 5 Dollars (1984) 25 Years of Nation-Building
 
 
km48 5 Dollars (1985) 25 Years of Public Housing
 

km70 5 Dollars (1988) 100 yrs. Singapore Fire Brigade
 
 
km94 5 Dollars (ND 1990) 25 Years Independence
 
 
km104 5 Dollars (1992-2012)
 

km138 5 Dollars (1995) United Nations
 
 
km171 5 Dollars (2000) Millenium
 
 
km11 10 Dollars ND(1975) 10 yrs. Independence
 

km15 10 Dollars (1976-1977) Ship in port
 
 
km16 10 Dollars (1977) Hands holding a circled map
 
 
km17 10 Dollars (1978-1980) Communications Satellites
 

km20 10 Dollars (1981) Year of the Rooster
 
 
km23 10 Dollars (1982) Year of the Dog
 
 
km33 10 Dollars (1984) Year of the Rat
 

km44 10 Dollars (1985) Year of the Ox
 
 
km75 10 Dollars (1990)
 
 
km165 10 Dollars (1998) Year of the Tiger
 

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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.