Coin Types from Western Samoa


km1 1 Sene (1967)
 
 
km12 1 Sene (1974-1996)
 
 
km12a 1 Sene (1974) silver
 

km2 2 Sene (1967)
 
 
km13 2 Sene (1974-1996)
 
 
km122 2 Sene (2000) FAO
 

km3 5 Sene (1967)
 
 
km14 5 Sene (1974-2000)
 
 
km131 5 Sene (2002,2006,2010) Pineapple
 

km4 10 Sene (1967)
 
 
km15 10 Sene (1974-1996)
 
 
km132 10 Sene (2002,2006,2010) Taro leaves
 

km168 10 Sene (2011) Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Efi
 
 
km5 20 Sene (1967)
 
 
km16 20 Sene (1974-1996)
 

km133 20 Sene (2002,2006) Bread fruits
 
 
km169 20 Sene (2011) Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Efi
 
 
km6 50 Sene (1967)
 

km17 50 Sene (1974-2000) Banana Tree
 
 
km134 50 Sene (2002,2006,2010) Banana tree
 
 
km170 50 Sene (2011) Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Efi
 

km7 1 Tala (1967)
 
 
km8 1 Tala (1969) Robert Louis Stevenson
 
 
km9 1 Tala (1970) James Cook
 

km10 1 Tala (1970) Visit of Pope Paul VI
 
 
km11 1 Tala (1972) Roggeveen Pacific voyage
 
 
km18 1 Tala (1974) Boxing
 

km19 1 Tala (1974) Coconut Palm
 
 
km19a 1 Tala (1974) Coconut Palm (proof)
 
 
km20 1 Tala (1976) U.S. Bicentennial
 

km22 1 Tala (1976) Olympic Weightlifting
 
 
km24 1 Tala (1977) Queens Silver Jubilee
 
 
km26 1 Tala (1977) Lindbergh
 

km28 1 Tala (1978) First Pacific Flight
 
 
km30 1 Tala (1978) runners XI commonwealth games
 
 
km32 1 Tala (1979) Bicentenary Captain James Cook
 

km38 1 Tala (1980) Food for all
 
 
km43 1 Tala (1981) Wedding of Charles and Diana
 
 
km50 1 Tala (1082) Javelin thrower
 

km53 1 Tala (1983) South Pacific Games runner
 
 
km57 1 Tala (1984) circulation coinage
 
 
km63 1 Tala (1986) Wedding of Prince Andrew
 

km74 1 Tala (1986) World Wildlife Fund
 
 
km135 1 Tala (2002,2006) National arms
 
 
km171 1 Tala (2010-2011) Tiu Atua Tupua Tamasese
 

km178 2 Tala (2011) Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Efi
 
 
km33a 10 Tala (1979) Captain Cook (proof)
 
 
km36a 10 Tala (1980) Olympic Hurdles (proof)
 

km102 10 Tala (1994) Comte de la Perouse
 
 

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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.