Banknotes from Bhutan

Coin Types from Bhutan

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$ km7 1/2 Rupee = 1 Ma-tam (1835-1910)
$ km23 1 Pice (1928) Contributed Image
$ km27 1 Pice (1951,1955)
$ km29 25 Naya Paisa (1966) For Sale $12.00
$ km3 1/2 Rupee (1820-1835) Image from Bob Butler
$ km8 1/2 Rupee (1835-1910) Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km24 1/2 Rupee (1928)
$ km25 1/2 Rupee (1928) 24mm
$ km26 1/2 Rupee (1928,1950)
$ km28 1/2 Rupee (1950)
$ km31 1 Rupee (1966) Image from Jeff S.
$ km32 3 Rupee (1966) Jigme Wangchuck Image from Jeff S.
$ km30 50 Naya Paisa (1966)
$ km37 5 Chetrums (1974-1975)
$ km45 5 Chhertum (1979)
$ km105 5 Chhertum (2003) monkey Image from Jeff S.
$ km38 10 Chetrums (1974)
$ km43 10 Chetrums (1975) Intl Womens Year
$ km46 10 Chhertum (1979)
$ km39 20 Chetrums (1974)
$ km40.1 25 Chetrums (1974)
$ km40.2 25 Chetrums (1974-1975) bust closer to rim Image from Buddy Kyler
$ km47 25 Chhertum (1979)
$ km47a 25 Chhertum (1979) aluminum-bronze
$ km48 50 Chhertum (1979)
$ km41 1 Ngultrum (1974-1975) Image from Bob Butler For Sale $15.00
$ km49 1 Ngultrum (1979)
$ km49a 1 Ngultrum (1979) steel Image from Vic Krysko
$ km116 1 Ngultrum (2008) nickel plated steel
$ km50 3 Ngultrums (1979) Image from R.Goodacre
$ km42 15 Ngultrums (1974) FAO ASW=0.3585 Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ xM1 25 Ngultrums (1984) Boxing Image from Roger Zimmerman
$ xM2 25 Ngultrums (1984) Shot put
$ km44 30 Ngultrums (1975) Intl Womens Year ASW=0.4019 Image from Andrej Smrdu
$ km87 200 Ngultrums (1996) Olympic Skiing ASW=0.1607 Image from Andrej Smrdu
$ km74 300 Ngultrums (1992) Speed Skating ASW=0.9359 Image from Andrej Smrdu
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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.