Coin Types from the British Virgin Islands
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Tortola:

 C   S  W   C=Collection  S=Spare for Trade  W=Wantlist
? km3 1 1/2 Pence (ND 1801)
? km4 9 Pence (ND 1801)
? km13 9 Pence (ND 1805-24) stamp on 1/2 cut of Spanish 2 Reales ASW=0.4972
? km14 9 Pence (ND 1805-24) stamp on 1/2 cut of Spanish 2 Reales ASW=0.7643
? km5 1 Shilling (ND 1801)
? km8 1 Shilling (ND 1801-05) stamp on 1/8 cut of Spanish 8 Reales
? km15 1 Shilling (ND 1805-24) stamp on 1/8 cut of Spanish 8 Reales
? km16 1 Shilling (ND 1805-24) stamp on 1/8 cut of Spanish 8 Reales
? km6 2 Shilling (ND 1801)
? km9 2 Shilling (ND 1801-05) stamp on 1/4 cut of Spanish 8 Reales ASW=0.0520
? km17 2 Shilling (ND 1805-24) stamp on 1/4 cut of Spanish 8 Reales
? km18 2 Shilling (ND 1805-24) stamp on 1/4 cut of Spanish 8 Reales
? km7 4 Shilling 1-1/2 Pence (ND 1801)
? km10 4 Shilling 1-1/2 Pence (ND 1801-05) stamp on 1/2 cut of Spanish 8 Reales
? km19 4 Shilling 1-1/2 Pence (ND 1805-24) stamp on 1/2 cut of Spanish 8 Reales
? km20 4 Shilling 1-1/2 Pence (ND 1805-24) stamp on 1/2 cut of Spanish 8 Reales

British Virgin Islands:

 C   S  W   C=Collection  S=Spare for Trade  W=Wantlist
? km1 1 Cent (1973-1984) Crested Hummingbird
? km16 1 Cent (1978) Coronation Jubilee Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km42 1 Cent (1985) Hawksbill Turtle Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km2 5 Cents (1973-1984) Zenalda Dove
? km10 5 Cents (1977) Zenalda Doves ASW=0.1056 Image from Andrej Smrdu
? km17 5 Cents (1978) Coronation Jubilee ASW=0.1056 Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km43 5 Cents (1985) Bonito fish Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km3 10 Cents (1973-1984) Ringed Kingfisher
? km11 10 Cents (1977) Ringed Kingfisher ASW=0.1903 Image from Andrej Smrdu
? km18 10 Cents (1978) Coronation Jubilee ASW=0.1903 Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km44 10 Cents (1985) Great Barracuda Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km4 25 Cents (1973-1984) Mangrove Cuckoo
? km12 25 Cents (1977) Mangrove Cuckoo (proof) ASW=0.2620 Image from Andrej Smrdu
? km19 25 Cents (1978) Coronation Jubilee ASW=0.2620 Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km45 25 Cents (1985) Blue Marlin Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km5 50 Cents (1973-1984) Brown Pelican
? km20 50 Cents (1978) Coronation Jubilee ASW=0.4972 Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km46 50 Cents (1985) Dolphin fish Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km6 1 Dollar (1974-1983) Magnificent Frigate Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km6a 1 Dollar (1973-1984) Magnificent Frigate ASW=0.7643
? km21 1 Dollar (1978) Coronation Jubilee ASW=0.7643 Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km47 1 Dollar (1985) Butterfly fish Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km169 1 Dollar (1992) 500 yrs. Columbus Voyage Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
? km207 1 Dollar (2002) World Trade Center towers
? km286 1 Dollar (2004) Dolphin Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km303 1 Dollar (2004) 28th Olympics Image from Andrej Smrdu
? km297 1 Dollar (2004) D-Day Image from Andrej Smrdu
? km267.1 1 Dollar (2004) Peter Rabbit Image from Andrej Smrdu
? km312 1 Dollar (2005) Mother and baby dolphins
? km232 1 Dollar (2007) Henry the 8th Image from Andrej Smrdu
? km48 20 Dollars (1985) Crossed Cannons ASW=0.5677
? km50 20 Dollars (1985) Sextant ASW=0.5677 Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km52 20 Dollars (1985) Gold Doubloon Image from Vladimir Startsev
? km58 20 Dollars (1985) Ivory Sundial ASW=0.5677 Image from Antonio Monte
? km64 20 Dollars (1985) Porcelain bottle. ASW=0.5677 Image from Roger Zimmerman
? km118 25 Dollars (1992) Columbus on death bed ASW=0.6406
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