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The coins of Cyprus have been issued since 1879, a year after Cyprus came under British rule.

Mintmark chartEdit

H - Heaton's Mint, Birmingham, England.

Coins of Queen Victoria (1879-1900)Edit

In 1879, Cyprus began to use a currency system of 9 Piastres = 1 Shilling and 20 Shillings = 1 Cypriot Pound.

  • KM Quarter Piastre.

1879. 1879. - Proof. 1880. 1880. - Proof. 1881. 1881. - Proof. 1881H. 1881H. - Proof. 1882H. 1884. 1885. 1887. 1887. - Proof. 1895. 1898. 1900. 1900. - Proof.

  • KM Half Piastre.
  • KM 1 Piastre.

Queen Victoria Posthumous Coinage (1901)Edit

  • KM Quarter Piastre.

1901.

  • KM 3 Piastres.

1901. 1901. - Proof.

  • KM 4 and a Half Piastres.

1901. 1901. - Proof.

  • KM 9 Piastres.

1901. 1901. - Proof.

  • KM 18 Piastres.

1901. 1901. - Proof.

Bold text==Coins of King Edward VII (1902-08)==

Coins of King George V (1913-34)Edit

Coins of King George VI as King and Emperor (1938-47)Edit

Coins of King George VI as King only (1949)Edit

Coins of Queen Elizabeth II (1955-57)Edit

Coins of the Republic of Cyprus (1963-82)Edit

Coins of the Republic of Cyprus (1983-2007)Edit

Archbishop Makarios III Medal-coins (1966)Edit

Archbishop Makarios III Medal-coins (1974)Edit

Private Pattern Euro CoinsEdit

Euro Coins (2008 onwards)Edit

  • KM 1 Euro-Cent.
  • KM 2 Euro-Cents.
  • KM 5 Euro-Cents.
  • KM 10 Euro-Cents.
  • KM 20 Euro-Cents.
  • KM 50 Euro-Cents.
  • KM 1 Euro.
  • KM 2 Euros.


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