Coin Types from Kiribati
for current circulation coinage, see Australia

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 C   S  W   C=Collection  S=Spare for Trade  W=Wantlist
$ km1 1 Cent (1979) Christmas Island Frigatebird
$ km1a 1 Cent (1992) bronze plated steel
$ km2 2 Cents (1979,1992) Babal plant
$ km3 5 Cents (1979) Tokai lizard
$ km3a 5 Cents (1992) copper-nickel plated steel
$ km40 5 Cents (2003) Gorilla
$ km4 10 Cents (1979) Bread fruit
$ km5 20 Cents (1979) Dolphins
$ km6 50 Cents (1979) Panda nut
$ km7 1 Dollar (1979) Outrigger Sailboat Image from Jeff S.
$ km14 2 Dollars (1989) 10 yrs. of Independence Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km10 5 Dollars (1981) 2 yrs. of Independence Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km37 5 Dollars (2000) The New Millennium Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km38 10 Dollars (2000) New Millennium ASW=0.3572 Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km17 20 Dollars (1992) Olympics ASW=0.9359 Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km18 20 Dollars (1992) Endangered Wildlife ASW=0.9359 Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km39 20 Dollars (2000) New Millennium ASW=0.6815 Image from Vladimir Startsev
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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.