Banknotes from the Turks and Caicos Islands

Coin Types from Turks and Caicos Islands
for current circulation coinage, see the United States

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$ km51 1/4 Crown (1981) For Sale $4.00
$ km52 1/2 Crown (1981) Windmill From trusted seller WorldCoinGuy For Sale $5.00
$ km1 1 Crown (1969)
$ km5 1 Crown (1975-1977) Country Map Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km64 1 Crown (1988) Iguana Image from Antonio Monte
$ km76 1 Crown (1991) Princess Dianna Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km121 1 Crown (1991) Prince Charles Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km6 5 Crowns (1975-1977) Turks-head Cactus ASW=0.3897
$ km69 5 Crowns (1992) 5 Olympic Events Image from Chris Rich
$ km72 5 Crowns (1992) 5 Olympic Events Image from Chris Rich
$ km73 5 Crowns (1992) 5 Olympic Events Image from Chris Rich
$ km77 5 Crowns (1992) 40 yrs. Reign Elizabeth II Image from Antonio Monte
$ km85 5 Crowns (1992) King George VI Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km132 5 Crowns (1994) Salute to Coin Collecting Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km173 5 Crowns (1994) Sir Bertram H. Ramsay Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km174 5 Crowns (1994) Normandy Landing Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km175 5 Crowns (1994) Omar N. Bradley Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km176 5 Crowns (1994) Dwight D. Eisenhower Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km2 20 Crowns (1974) Winston Churchill ASW=1.1509
$ km13 20 Crowns (1976) U.S. Bicentennial ASW=1.1509 From trusted seller WorldCoinGuy
$ kmPn5 20 Crowns (1993) Winter Olympics - Hockey Image from Antonio Monte
$ km272 25 Crowns (2000) Millennium From trusted seller WorldCoinGuy
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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.