Coin Types from Korea

Korea:


km1105 1 Fun (1893,1895)
 
 
km1106 5 Fun (1892,1896) copper
 
 
km1107 5 Fun (1893-1896)
 

km143 100 Mun (1866)
 
 
km1117 1/4 Yang (1897-1901)
 
 
km1136 1/2 Chon (1907-1910)
 

km1126 5 Chon (1905-1907)
 
 
km1127 10 Chon (1906)
 
 
km1139 10 Chon (1908-1910)
 

South Korea:


km1105 1 Fun (1893,1895)
 
 
km1106 5 Fun (1892,1896) copper
 
 
km1107 5 Fun (1893-1896)
 

km143 100 Mun (1866)
 
 
km1117 1/4 Yang (1897-1901)
 
 
km1136 1/2 Chon (1907-1910)
 

km1126 5 Chon (1905-1907)
 
 
km1127 10 Chon (1906)
 
 
km1139 10 Chon (1908-1910)
 

km1 10 Hwan (1959,1961)
 
 
km2 50 Hwan (1959,1961)
 
 
km3 100 Hwan (1959)
 

km4 1 Won (1966,1967) brass
 
 
km4a 1 Won (1968-1982)
 
 
km31 1 Won (1983--)
 

km5 5 Won (1966-1970) bronze
 
 
km5a 5 Won (1970-1982) brass
 
 
km32 5 Won (1983--)
 

km6 10 Won (1966-1970) bronze
 
 
km6a 10 Won (1971-1982)
 
 
km33.1 10 Won (1983-1990)
 

km33.2 10 Won (1991-2005)
 
 
km33.2a 10 Won (2006-2009) aluminum-bronze
 
 
km103 10 Won (2006--) copper-clad aluminum
 

km20 50 Won (1972-1982)
 
 
km34 50 Won (1983--)
 
 
km9 100 Won (1970-1982)
 

km35.1 100 Won (1983)
 
 
km35.2 100 Won (1984--)
 
 
km27 500 Won (1982--)
 

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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.