Banknotes from Taiwan

Coin Types from Taiwan Republic of China (ROC)

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Guide to Reading Taiwanese Coin Dates

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 C   S  W   C=Collection  S=Spare for Trade  W=Wantlist
$ y531 1 Chiao (1949)
$ y533 1 Chiao (1955)
$ y545 1 Chiao (1967-1974)
$ y534 2 Chiao (1950) Image from Jeff S.
$ y532 5 Chiao (1949) ASW=0.1157 Image from Jeff S.
$ y535 5 Chiao (1954)
$ y546 5 Chiao (1967-1981) For Sale $2.00
$ y550 1/2 Yuan (1981-2003)
$ y536 1 Yuan (1960-1980)
$ y543 1 Yuan (1966) Chiang Kai-Shek
$ y547 1 Yuan (1969) FAO Image from Buddy Kyler
$ y551 1 Yuan (1981--)
$ y537 5 Yuan (1965) Mausoleum in Nanking Image from Jeff S.
$ y548 5 Yuan (1970-1981)
$ y552 5 Yuan (1981-2003)
$ y538 10 Yuan (1965) Mausoleum in Nanking Image from Jeff S.
$ y553 10 Yuan (1981--) Image from Jeff S.
$ y555 10 Yuan (1995) 50 yrs Liberation from Japan Image from Jeff S.
$ y558 10 Yuan (1999) Coins Image from Jeff S.
$ y560 10 Yuan (2000) Year of the Dragon Image from Jeff S.
$ y567 10 Yuan (2001) Sun Yat-sen Image from Dan Ramer
$ y572 10 Yuan (2010) Chiang Ching-kuo
$ y573 10 Yuan (2010) Chiang Wei-shui
$ y574 10 Yuan (2011-2012) 100 yrs. of Republic Image from Francisco Grabenweger
$ y565 20 Yuan (2001,2003) Three boats
$ y539 50 Yuan (1965) Sun Yat-sen ASW=0.4123 Image from Andrej Smrdu
$ y554 50 Yuan (1992-1993) Image from Jeff S.
$ y556 50 Yuan (1996-1997) Parliament Building Image from Jeff S. For Sale $4.00
$ y568 50 Yuan (2002-2006) holographic
$ y540 100 Yuan 54(1965) Bust of Sun Yat-sen ASW=0.5355 Image from Roger Zimmerman
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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.