Coin Types from Uganda:


km1 5 Cents (1966-1975)
 
 
km2 10 Cents (1966-1975)
 
 
km3 20 Cents (1966,1974)
 

km4 50 Cents (1966,1974)
 
 
km5 1 Shilling (1966-1975)
 
 
km5a 1 Shilling (1976) plated steel
 

km27 1 Shilling (1987)
 
 
km6 2 Shillings (1966)
 
 
km28 2 Shillings (1987)
 

km7 5 Shillings (1968) FAO
 
 
km18 5 Shillings (1972)
 
 
km29 5 Shillings (1987)
 

km21 10 Shillings (1981) Wedding of Charles and Diana
 
 
km30 10 Shillings (1987)
 
 
km66 50 Shillings (1998--)
 

km67 100 Shillings (1998-2008) copper-nickel
 
 
km67a 100 Shillings (2009--) magnetic
 
 
km130 100 Shillings (2004) Type I of five different monkeys
 

km131 100 Shillings (2004) Type II of five different monkeys
 
 
km132 100 Shillings (2004) Type III of five different monkeys
 
 
km133 100 Shillings (2004) Type IV of five different monkeys
 

km134 100 Shillings (2004) Type V of five different monkeys
 
 
km141 100 Shillings (2004) Chinese Zodiac - Snake
 
 
km144 100 Shillings (2004) Chinese Zodiac - Rat
 

km129 100 Shillings (2004) Chinese Zodiac - Monkey
 
 
km139 100 Shillings (2004) Chinese Zodiac - Dog
 
 
km143 100 Shillings (2004) Chinese Zodiac - Rabbit
 

km136 100 Shillings (2004) Chinese Zodiac - Goat
 
 
km135 100 Shillings (2004) Chinese Zodiac - Ox
 
 
km145 100 Shillings (2004) Chinese Zodiac - Pig
 

km138 100 Shillings (2004) Chinese Zodiac - Dragon
 
 
km142 100 Shillings (2004) Chinese Zodiac - Rooster
 
 
km140 100 Shillings (2004) Chinese Zodiac - Tiger
 

km137 100 Shillings (2004) Chinese Zodiac - Horse
 
 
km67a 100 Shillings (2007--) nickel plated steel
 
 
km148 200 Shillings (1995) Food For All - Fish
 

km68 200 Shillings (1998--) copper-nickel
 
 
km68a 200 Shillings (2007--) nickel plated steel
 
 
km69 500 Shillings (1998--) nickel-brass
 

km52 1000 Shillings (1996) Hong Kongs Return to China
 
 
km278 1000 Shillings (2012) 50 yrs. of Independence
 
 

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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.