10 cents coin. In October 1983, a new decimal system was introduced and the Cyprus pound was divided into 100 cent. With the change of the decimal system the CBC placed in circulation new coins with nominal values of ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent. In 1991, a 50 cent coin was introduced and in 1992 the ½ cent coin ceased to be legal tender.

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20 cents coin. In October 1983, a new decimal system was introduced and the Cyprus pound was divided into 100 cent. With the change of the decimal system the CBC placed in circulation new coins with nominal values of ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent. In 1991, a 50 cent coin was introduced and in 1992 the ½ cent coin ceased to be legal tender.

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10 cents coin. In October 1983, a new decimal system was introduced and the Cyprus pound was divided into 100 cent. With the change of the decimal system the CBC placed in circulation new coins with nominal values of ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent. In 1991, a 50 cent coin was introduced and in 1992 the ½ cent coin ceased to be legal tender.

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5 cents coin. In October 1983, a new decimal system was introduced and the Cyprus pound was divided into 100 cent. With the change of the decimal system the CBC placed in circulation new coins with nominal values of ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent. In 1991, a 50 cent coin was introduced and in 1992 the ½ cent coin ceased to be legal tender.

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2 cents coin. In October 1983, a new decimal system was introduced and the Cyprus pound was divided into 100 cent. With the change of the decimal system the CBC placed in circulation new coins with nominal values of ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent. In 1991, a 50 cent coin was introduced and in 1992 the ½ cent coin ceased to be legal tender.

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1 cent coin. In October 1983, a new decimal system was introduced and the Cyprus pound was divided into 100 cent. With the change of the decimal system the CBC placed in circulation new coins with nominal values of ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent. In 1991, a 50 cent coin was introduced and in 1992 the ½ cent coin ceased to be legal tender.

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The item shown is a 5 mil coin. This type of coin was introduced in Cyprus in 1955 during the reign of Qeen Elizabeth II. Coins of 3, 5, 25, 50 and 100 mils were minted. The designs of the coins reflected the history and civilization of Cyprus. Given the old coinage methods, coins were often cut uneven like the object displayed.

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The item shown is a 50 Cents coin. It was a coin belonging to the very first set of coins issued in 1961 for the newly formed Cyprus Republic after its declaration of independence in 16/08/1960

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The item shown is a 25 Cents coin. It was a coin belonging to the very first set of coins issued in 1961 for the newly formed Cyprus Republic after its declaration of independence in 16/08/1960

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The item shown is a 5 Cents coin. It was a coin belonging to the very first set of coins issued in 1961 for the newly formed Cyprus Republic after its declaration of independence in 16/08/1960

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