How many coins Pakistan have?

How many coins Pakistan have?

Commemorative coins of Pakistan

# Coin Mintage
2- (c) 1000 Rupee Coin 400 and 400 proofs. (9 grams (0.32 oz))
3- (a) 100 Rupee Coin 5,120 and 5,837 proofs. (28.28 grams (0.998 oz))
3- (b) 150 Rupee Coin 5,119 and 5,637 proofs. (35 grams (1.2 oz))
3- (c) 3000 Rupee Coin 902 and 373 proofs. (33.437 grams (1.1795 oz))

When did Pakistan issue coins?

State Bank of Pakistan. Government of Pakistan issued its first coins in 1948, based on the traditional Rupees, Annas and Pice of the sub-continent, depicting crescent and star. In line with global decimal systems, Pakistan introduced decimal coinage on Jan 01, 1961.

How much do old coins sell for?


Coin Type Average Circulated Typical Uncirculated
Dollar – Gobrecht – 1836-1839 $3,000 – $5,000 $8,000 – $10,000
Dollar – Liberty Seated – 1840-1873 $150 – $500 $1,000 – $1,500
Dollar – Trade – 1873-1885 $50 – $300 $400 – $1,000
Dollar – Morgan – 1878-1921 $15 – $20 $24 – $70

Where coins are made in Pakistan?

The Pakistan Mint (Urdu: پاکستان ٹکسال) is a Pakistani coin press located in Shalimar Town, Lahore, Pakistan. It is the oldest mint located in Pakistan. It is governed by the State Bank of Pakistan. The mint has been in operation since 1942.

Where is money made in Pakistan?

the State Bank of Pakistan
Rupees are currently minted or printed by the central bank, the State Bank of Pakistan.

What is the most expensive coin?

1. The 1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar. The 1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar may sit atop the rankings of the most expensive coin ever sold, at least for now.

Who designed Pak coin?

The first coin was made of nickel and designed by Brandley. The earlier coins used Toughra, a calligraphic monogram, which stated Hukumat-e-Pakistan (Government of Pakistan) in Urdu. The government of Pakistan issued currency based on the traditional rupees, annas and pice of the sub-continent.

Where is money printed in Pakistan?

This is an old currency note printing machine that was used by the Pakistan Security Printing Corporation (PSPC) to print currency. This device is now placed at the State Bank of Pakistan Museum in Karachi.

What is a purely Islamic coin?

The present coin is a very rare survivor from this first year in which a ‘purely Islamic’ coinage was struck. Of striking and beautiful simplicity, and obviously and uncompromisingly Islamic, it was to become the basis of a stable gold coinage whose weight and fineness was carefully maintained in accordance with Qur’anic precepts.

What was the difference between the Islamic Spanish and Arab coins?

The new coins were modelled in size and design after the Arab-Byzantine but their inscriptions were in Latin. A large star in the centre of the obverse field distinguished the Islamic Spanish coin from the Arab-Latin one.

What are the most powerful currencies in the Muslim world?

Contrary to stereotypes, people would travel from near and far to study at institutions in the Muslim world and the Dirham and Dinar were amongst the most powerful currencies – no different than how the Euro or Dollar is regarded today.